Irish forestry

European Investment Bank invest €12.5m in Irish forestry

Money to go towards sustainable projects

Written by Patrick Smyth

Reposted by InterSearch Ireland


An investment of some €12.5 million in sustainable Irish forestry has been announced by the European Commission and the European Investment Bank.

Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan, said that with controversy growing about monoculture and clear felling policies in Ireland it is a welcome support for the more sustainable “continuous cover forestry” projects which would better support biodiversity and landscapes and the challenges associated with climate change.


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