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Five ways 'green' carbon policies damage forests – and how we can fix the problem

By Jessica Enara Vian, PhD Candidate in Work, Employment And Organisation, University of Strathclyde
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Off-setting our carbon footprint is a way for many of us to feel we are doing our bit to save the planet from the ongoing climate emergency. Tree planting schemes have become a popular way to do this. At corporate level, big companies do the same kind of thing to offset the environmental damage they cause, often by signing up to green policies that are committed to reforesting the planet. But in many cases this is perceived as “greenwashing”…

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