Church of England criticised for lack of tree planting following woodland cover analysis

Major landowners, such as the Church Commissioners and the Duchy of Cornwall, must use their estates to grow more trees and fight the climate crisis, says Friends of the Earth.

by Dan Symonds
The Forestry Commission has more than 400,000 acres of woods, covering 85% of its land - credit: Pixabay
The Forestry Commission has more than 400,000 acres of woods, covering 85% of its land - credit: Pixabay

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