Rate of National Forest creation takes nosedive

The rate at which the National Forest is being created has dropped from more than 500ha a year at its peak in the early 2000s to "100ha a year at a push", John Everitt, chief executive of the National Forest Company that oversees the creation of the forest, has told New Scientist.

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