Members coffee morning & talk: 10 Golden Rules for Reforestation
Tree planting is often portrayed as an easy answer to the climate crisis, but a new review led by the Royal Botanic Garden Kew and Botanic Gardens Conservation International highlights the issues with large-scale tree planting. The authors have devised ten golden rules for reforestation around ‘right tree, right place’ principles, to maximise benefits for people and the planet. Join us for this members-only virtual coffee morning and talk when Kate Hardwick from the Royal Botanic Garden Kew will explain these golden rules which attempt to raise the standard of global reforestation projects.
Banner image credit: S. Elliott, Forest Restoration Research Unit, Thailand.
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