Forests

We can’t just plant trees, we have to restore forests. Here's why

Across the world, thousands of tree planting projects are underway. Image: REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Tristram Hales

Director, Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University

Benoit Goossens

Professor of Biology, Cardiff University

Mike Bruford

Professor of Organisms and Environment, Cardiff University

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