19 min

A forest for future generations People & Forests with Helen Dancer

    • Education

A forest for future generations
 
The UK is one of the few places in Northern Europe to have retained some of its ancient forests, which are important places for human livelihoods and wellbeing. Many of these special places are protected landscapes but human pressures on the environment make it hard to manage the balance between conservation and public access. Helen Dancer explores our shared values towards forests as natural and cultural landscapes and new legal ways of thinking about how to ensure a healthy environment and the wellbeing of future generations.
Recommended reading 
DEFRA. 2022. Landscapes Review (National Parks and AONBs): Government Response.
Future Generations Commissioner for Wales. Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.
Independent Panel on Forestry. 2012. Final Report.
Landscapes Review. 2019. Final Report.
New Forest National Park. New Forest Code.
The Woodland Trust. 2017. Charter for Trees, Woods and People. 
Tubbs, Colin R. 2001. The New Forest: History, Ecology and Conservation. Lyndhurst, New Forest Ninth Centenary Trust.
Acknowledgments
This podcast episode was written and presented by Helen Dancer, produced by Will Hood of The Academic Podcast Agency, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the University of Sussex, with poetry by Harriet Fraser and sound archive from New Forest Sounds.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

A forest for future generations
 
The UK is one of the few places in Northern Europe to have retained some of its ancient forests, which are important places for human livelihoods and wellbeing. Many of these special places are protected landscapes but human pressures on the environment make it hard to manage the balance between conservation and public access. Helen Dancer explores our shared values towards forests as natural and cultural landscapes and new legal ways of thinking about how to ensure a healthy environment and the wellbeing of future generations.
Recommended reading 
DEFRA. 2022. Landscapes Review (National Parks and AONBs): Government Response.
Future Generations Commissioner for Wales. Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.
Independent Panel on Forestry. 2012. Final Report.
Landscapes Review. 2019. Final Report.
New Forest National Park. New Forest Code.
The Woodland Trust. 2017. Charter for Trees, Woods and People. 
Tubbs, Colin R. 2001. The New Forest: History, Ecology and Conservation. Lyndhurst, New Forest Ninth Centenary Trust.
Acknowledgments
This podcast episode was written and presented by Helen Dancer, produced by Will Hood of The Academic Podcast Agency, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the University of Sussex, with poetry by Harriet Fraser and sound archive from New Forest Sounds.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

19 min

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