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Trees Eat CO2 for Breakfast!

Kimberley Seville
By Kimberley Seville
14th June 2022

We are excited to announce our joint lecture with The Honourable Company of Gloucestershire in which Dame Barbara Young illuminates the vital role of the nation’s woodlands as a natural yet powerful solution to the planet’s climate crisis.


Free Lecture

Did you know, mixed woodland of native species can soak up over 400 tonnes of carbon per hectare? Now that’s impressive! Join us for this fascinating lecture on the power of woods and forests to help in our fight against climate change.

Event details

Wednesday 29th June – 6pm – 9pm

Lecture begins at 18:00hrs followed by drinks reception at approx. 19:15hrs. Please arrive by 5:50pm

Hosted in the Parkinson Lecture Theatre at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, GL7 6JS

Parking is available on site


This is a free event in partnership with The Honourable Company of Gloucestershire. Tickets are available online at Eventbrite.

The Royal Agricultural University. Image by Maria Parsons