We are delighted to announce that ITF has received a very encouraging mid term report from the Improved Forest Resource Management project located in Usisya, Malawi.
Classed as one of BBC Countryfile’s top 10 apps – Treeld is a beautiful visual app that can identify UK trees within our countryside and woodlands.
Around the world, deforestation and forest degradation accounts for about 20 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. It also threatens biodiversity and exacerbates a cycle of poverty for those who depend on forest resources for their livelihoods.
To celebrate Earth Day 2012, Namecheap generously offered to plant a tree for each domain name that was transferred to them over the 24 hours of Earth Day. Not only that they they also offered to match each transfer – planting a seond tree for each domain transferred. Over 1500 domains were moved to Namecheap…
ITF have teamed up with Refresh Cartridges to offer printer owners the chance to recycle used print cartridges and help to support our work around the world at the same time! When you have reached the end of a printer ink cartridge, instead of throwing it away, simply send them (free postage) to Refresh Cartridges.
It is no secret that deforestation in Africa is a growing issue with substantial effects on natural systems and human populations.
The 22nd April 2012 marks the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day – an event which mobilises people in the US, Canada and around the world to call for a sustainable future and directs them towards quantifiable outcomes.
Ninety years ago today, a government forester with the Colonial Office named Richard St. Barbe Baker (St. Barbe) held the inaugural ‘Dance of the Trees’ with the Kikuyu tribesmen, in celebration of their first tree planting event recognising the importance of trees in our world.
ITF are delighted to have received a very positive half year report from the ELHAP Heritage Orchard Preservation Project. The scheme is managed by our project partner, Trees for Cities who are working with Redbridge council and the staff and young people of East London Handicap Adventure Playground (ELHAP) to lovingly restore and transform an old orchard.