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Our work - Climate change

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Trees and woodland can play a major role in both combating climate change and in adapting to a changed climate.
 

We aim to use trees and woodland to provide cooling in urban areas, to store carbon and to help prevent flooding. We will plant and manage trees in the Forest in ways that increase their resilience to climate threats, such as new pests and diseases.

Climate change projects:
Example of a green wall from Surrey, Greater London

URBAN GreenUP

The URBAN GreenUP initiative will create new green corridors across Liverpool that help to tackle environmental issues like air quality, lack of... Read more about URBAN GreenUP
Formby Woods - by McCoy Wynne

ForeStClim

This EU-funded climate change project, brought together The Mersey Forest with partners from across Europe Read more about ForeStClim
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GRaBS

Through the GRaBS project, The Mersey Forest created a suite of user-friendly climate change resources, including a surface run-off tool. Read more about GRaBS