European Forest Week 2015 - Century One Publishing Ltd

European Forest Week 2015

Wednesday, November 4, 201537, by Century One

European Forest Week, held in Switzerland from 2–6 November 2015, aims to bring together stakeholders from all sectors to increase the visibility of the forest sector, and make an impact on pan-European and global discussions related to forests.

We asked the publishing team here to submit a photograph of their favourite woodland walks and forest forays in Hertfordshire or the UK, to highlight the importance of sustainable forest management, and why it is important for our health and wellbeing to have places like this available to us.

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This photo was taken by Stevie Lockyear, Office Manager, in Heartwood Forest with her nephew Albie who loves running around in the woods with the dogs

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Sarah Ryan, Design and Communications, shows us round Sherrardspark Wood, Hertfordshire where she enjoys woodland runs and weekend walks

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“I love the energy of the forests. Healing. Fresh, healthy air. Refreshing. The stillness of the trees. Soothing. A source of life. Energising.” Heena Gudka, Head of Studio, in the Peak District

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Miny Sharma, Production Assistant, shares an evening stroll around Sandridge’s bluebell woods near St Albans, Hertfordshire

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Jonny Knight, Head of Sales, walking to the supermarket to get Haribo in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

  • Forests are a source of life and help maintain biodiversity
  • Forests provide us with fresh air and clean water
  • Forests help mitigate climate change
  • Forests provide construction material and energy
  • Forests feed us
  • Forests give us livelihoods
  • Forests offer a space for recreation and relaxation

Find out more about European Forest Week here. Most of our magazines, where possible, are printed on FSC and PEFC accredited paper.



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