Study: UK's woodlands delivering £400m boost to flood resilience efforts

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Study: UK's woodlands delivering £400m boost to flood resilience efforts

New report from Forest Research examines how trees, woodlands, and forests reduce and slow down rapid run-off that causes flooding

Great Britain's trees and woodlands contribute more than £400m a year to the economy through their contribution to flood resilience, new research has calculated. A new study published today by Forest...

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