In 2012 we reported on the beginning of Africa’s Great Green Wall project. Four years on, we explore how planting trees has nurtured communities as well as the land
Wood otherwise bound for the bin is being put to good use as furniture
The Brazilian government hopes to uncover new species and tribes by “knowing the rainforest from within”
An ambitious initiative in Ireland will see one million trees planted across the country in just 24 hours, creating a better environment for all
The United Nation’s International Day of Forests aims to inform people across the world about how important trees really are, and why they need our help
Swathes of woodland is at risk of culling due to an infectious disease sweeping the country, but a new smartphone app aims to limit the damage
The planting of a 4,000 mile ‘wall’ of trees and shrubs across Africa has begun in an ambitious effort to halt the southward spread of the Sahara desert and stop vulnerable sub-Saharan habitats [...]
Mexicos President, Felipe Calderon has declared that his country willplant 250 million trees by the end of 2007, as part of the UnitedNations Environment Programmes Plant for the Planet.
Alpro, Europe's market leader in soya food products, is helping to educate children about nature and the benefits of healthy eating via the Trees for Cities edible garden scheme.
The first ever Tree-Athlon will be taking place in Battersea Park, in London, in September 2005, to raise money for the planting and nurture of thousands of trees across the UK and [...]
Paul Coleman has been planting trees for peace everywhere he goes on his marathon walk from Britain to China.
Carbon dioxide is produced when any fossil fuel (such as aircraft fuel) is burnt. It is a greenhouse gas which contributes to global warming. Sarah Bowdler, a member of the junior board explained [...]
A wonderful range of medicinal teas and potions are being imported by Tree Harvest, a new company which is supporting renewable forest industries and ethical trade.