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On Friday 17 June 2011 ResPublica launched its report Natural Policy Choices: Why trees and woods matter, setting out a clear agenda for Government in relation to our woodland and green spaces, building on the principles outlined in the recent Natural Environment White Paper. With the total economic, social and environmental value of UK woodland running to some £2bn a year, the report highlights new opportunities to capture and utilise that value for communities.
Key recommendations from the report, written by ResPublica Associate Antonia Cox, include:
Antonia is a journalist, former school governor and mother of three who first campaigned for the Conservatives in 1983. She worked as a community service volunteer between school and university and has been a patron of the Bloomfield Centre Appeal...
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