Modern forestry and wood is the sustainable sector of the 21st century: producing a green material while improving the way we use our land. See how today's forests benefit the economy, the environment and our communities.
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On this page you will find useful infographics and other media material to view and download. Feel free to use these resources for your communication purposes.
06 Oct 2017
An infographic showing how CAP is not fit-for-purpose and how a Common Countryside policy can be the way forward post-Brexit.
01 Jun 2017
Simple infographic showing the multiple benefits of forestry. Use it for your presentation or share on social media!
Simple infographic showing how the multiple benefits that can be obtained from a more effective forestry policy. This infographic was produced for the Confor forestry manifesto 2017. Use it for your presentations or share on social media!
26 May 2017
A social media-friendly card summarising the five key points of the Confor manifesto Planting the Future.
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03 Apr 2017
Processors are under pressure to deliver certified material but struggling to source it from forest managers reluctant to keep supplying it.
22 Mar 2017
Infographic from the report "Spotlight: UK Forestry 2017", by Savills Research and Scottish Woodlands.
Graph taken from the report "Spotlight: UK Forestry 2017", by Savills Research and Scottish Woodlands.
Infographic from "Spotlight: UK Forestry 2017", a report published by Savills and Scottish Woodlands.
06 Feb 2017
Infographic showing the UK crisis of restocking and new planting of conifers.
01 May 2016
FCS produced infographics showing forestry's economic contribution to Scotland.