In brief: Woodland Trust launches campaign

The nation's oldest trees could be listed under proposals launched to protect them from urbanisation and vandalism. The Woodland Trust launched a campaign this week calling for legislation to recognise trees as "green monuments". Ancient trees would be listed under the scheme and penalties could be imposed for damage or neglect. The campaign is backed by English Heritage, English Nature and the Forestry Commission.

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