Some free online events in January 2021

Mon 18 January 7.30 pm: Online screening of Burned

Biofuelwatch and Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon host an online screening of the award-winning documentary “Burned: are trees the new coal?” which reveals the shocking destruction of our forests for fuel and highlights how we can take action to protect forests from tree burning in UK power stations. With special guest speakers. Everyone is welcome! You can sign up for free here:

Thu 21 – Fri 22 January: Importance of Trees for people & planet

Join the Schumacher Institute for their New Year conference on the importance of trees. Open invitation for organisations, individuals and businesses who want to explore and make links between tree planting and the protection of biodiversity and livelihoods, climate justice and carbon debt. For more information and to book a place:—the-importance-of-trees-for-people-and-planet-a-two-session-online-conference

Tues 26 January, 7.00 pm: Farming with trees

This virtual workshop, hosted by CFE (Championing the Farmed Environment) in partnership with the Woodland Trust and Tyne Rivers Trust, will look at how trees can be integrated into agricultural farm systems. The event will focus on the economic, environmental and practical benefits of having more trees. 7.00pm – 8.00pm followed by questions and discussion. For more information and to book a free place:

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