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Roel Posthoorn Natuurmonumenten
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Roel Posthoorn Natuurmonumenten presentation Make a Forest

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  • 1. Enjoying our forestsDrs. ing. R. PosthoornNatuurmonumentenmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 2. overview • Introduction • Forests in the Netherlands • Functions and values • Calls for actionmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 3. What is Natuurmonumenten?maandag 4 april 2011
  • 4. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectaresmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 5. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritagemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 6. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritagemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 7. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritage - Forestsmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 8. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritage - Forestsmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 9. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritage - Forests - Wetlandsmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 10. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritage - Forests - Wetlands - Engagementmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 11. What is Natuurmonumenten? - A society with 800,000 members - Founded in 1905 - Nature conservation through acquisition - Connecting members and non-members with nature - 355 nature reserves - A total of more than100,000 hectares - Cultural heritage - Forests - Wetlands - Engagement - Lobbymaandag 4 april 2011
  • 12. Lobby: forest action in The Haguemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 13. Lobby: forest action in The Haguemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 14. Lobby: forest action in The Haguemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 15. Lobby: forest action in The Haguemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 16. Forests in the Netherlands • 340.000 ha, 10 % of land surface • Most forests: < 100 years old • 60% coniferous / 40% broad leaved • 75% integrated management / 25% no harvest • About 2/3 of Dutch natural habitat • Ownership – 60 % public bodies (national forestry service, municipalities – 40% private ownershipmaandag 4 april 2011
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  • 19. Functions and values • Natural values / biodiversity • Cultural values • Recreation • Carbon storage • Water regulation • Renewable resourcemaandag 4 april 2011
  • 20. Natural values of Dutch forests • 20 tree species, • 400 plant species, • 100 animal species Management strategy Natuurmonumenten, eg • Old forests • Native species • Habitat diversity • Patch dynamic • Dead treesmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 21. Dead trees: source of lifemaandag 4 april 2011
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  • 23. Cultural valuesmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 24. Recreation • Most appreciated type of nature • 200 million visitors/y • Large variety of activities • Economic assetmaandag 4 april 2011
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  • 27. Carbon storage / water regulation • Regulating function of forests • Carbon sink: 1.4 Mton CO2/y • Flood protection • Water supply • Climate adaptationmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 28. Wood / biomass • Renewable resource • Economic asset • 2.2 million m3 annual growth in NL • 1.4 million m3 annual harvest, 10% of yearly use in NLmaandag 4 april 2011
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  • 31. Calls for action • Climate forest • Tree for a tree fund – Plant a tree, save a forest • Solving the cimate puzzle: not without our forestsmaandag 4 april 2011
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  • 33. Plant a tree, save a forestmaandag 4 april 2011
  • 34. Solving the climate puzzle?maandag 4 april 2011
  • 35. Peat land Renewables Forest Saving energy Carb D on o R ED ffsetmaandag 4 april 2011

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