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Woodland Carbon Code Statistics

The Woodland Carbon Code is a voluntary standard, initiated in July 2011, for woodland creation projects that make claims about the carbon they sequester (take out of the atmosphere).

Woodland Carbon Code statistics are used to monitor the uptake of this new voluntary standard, and are published quarterly since January 2013.

Latest figures: 

Woodland Carbon Code Statistics: Data to March 2014 (the tables in this release are also available in EXCEL format)

Coverage:  United Kingdom

Geographical breakdown:  Country

Statistician:  Jeremy Darot

Contact:
Jackie Watson
Tel:  0131 314 6171
E-mail:  statistics@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

Next update:  15 July 2014

Previous releases: 

Woodland Carbon Code Statistics: Data to December 2013 (the tables in this release are also available in EXCEL format)

Woodland Carbon Code Statistics: Data to September 2013 (the tables in this release are also available in EXCEL format)

Woodland Carbon Code Statistics: Data to June 2013 (the tables in this release are also available in EXCEL format)

Woodland Carbon Code Statistics: Data to March 2013 (the tables in this release are also available in EXCEL format)

Woodland Carbon Code Statistics: Data to December 2012 (the tables in this release are also available in EXCEL format)

Pre-release access:
Information on pre-release access to Forestry Commission official statistics can be found on the pre-release access pages, including lists of the individuals who are given pre-release access to specific publications.