The Forestry & Climate Change Partnership (FCCP)

The Forestry Climate Change Working Group is comprised of several leading forestry organisations, including: The CLA, CONFOR, DEFRA, The Forestry Commission, Forest Research, the Future Trees Trust, the Institute of Chartered Foresters, Natural England, the National Trust, Forestry England, the Small Woods Association, the Royal Forestry Society, the Sylva Foundation, Tilhill, the Tree Council, Woodland Heritage and the Woodland Trust.

It was created to drive forward closer relationships with government in terms of policy, forestry strategy, regulation, science and innovation.


The Importance of Carbon in a Climate Emergency

The Forestry Climate Change Working Group (FCCWG) now the Forestry & Climate Change Partnership present this Workshop Webinar; a free online workshop for forestry practitioners exploring the importance of carbon in a climate emergency.

As a result of the UK’s commitment to becoming a Net Zero economy by 2050, carbon sequestration is likely to become a significant additional source of income for landowners looking to enhance their property with woodland creation and can underpin the financial viability of a project.


Find out how you could join the journey to Net Zero and play a part in supporting the drive for woodland creation across the UK.

Forestry Climate Change Action Plan Progress Report

Prepared by the Forestry Climate Change Working Group2019