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    National Trust plan 125000 trees 14 January 2020

    National Trust to plant 125,000 trees in Northern Ireland (via BBC)

     
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    The National Trust is to plant 125,000 trees in Northern Ireland over the next decade.

    The leading conservation charity aims to eliminate its carbon footprint by 2030. It intends to source up to 50% of its energy from renewable sources and reduce its level of consumption.

    It also plans to increase the area of priority habitat under restoration to 890 hectares and increase its wildflower meadow cover.

    The organisation aims to plant 20 million trees across the UK in an attempt to reach “carbon net zero” by 2030.

    Read more via BBC