Irish Government spent €90m on forestry activities in 2019, according to report


Irish Government spent €90m on forestry activities in 2019
Irish Government spent €90m on forestry activities in 2019, according to report. Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) spent close to €90m on foresting activities in 2019, according to its annual Forest Statistics Report 2020.


Stats: Everything you wanted to know about forestry in
10 key statistics from ‘Forest Statistics – Ireland 2020’ include: In 2019, €89.9 million was spent by DAFM on forest activities including afforestation; maintenance grants; annual premium payments; and grants for forest road infrastructure; During 2019, 3,550ha of new forests were created.


Compensatory Afforestation Fund released to Haryana: RTI …
According to the Forest Survey of India’s latest report of 2019, Haryana diverted the most forest land for non-forest activities in the last four years in Northern India.


DAFM Forest Statistics Ireland 2019 Report | Arbor Forest …
Launching the report, the Minister commented, ” ‘Forest Statistics – Ireland 2019′ is an annual compilation of statistics on the forest estate and the forest industry in Ireland. It is the definitive compendium of up-to-date information on forestry in Ireland and is the go-to reference document for anybody interested in the subject.


Forestry industry rejects … – The Irish Times
Total employment in the forestry sector in Ireland is some 12,000 people, and expected to grow to 18,000 with expansion in line with the Government’s climate action plan. Topics: Climate change


Irish forest cover at its highest level in 350 years …
According to the report an estimated 12,000 people are employed in the forest and wood products sector and in 2018, €95 million was spent by the Department of Agriculture on forest activities


Ireland’s forest cover is estimated to be at its highest …
Ireland’s forest cover is estimated to be at its highest level in over 350 years, according to the Department of Agriculture’s 2017 forest statistics report.


DAFM – Annual Forest Sector Statistics
Annual Forest Sector Statistics. The Forest Service has the responsibility for the collection and publication of forest statistics. An annual forest statistics report had been published by the state since its foundation up to 1988, but was discontinued thereafter.


Ireland has great woodland but has the lowest forest cover …
Ireland has the lowest forest cover of all European countries, according to Teagasc. Land cover here is 11% while over 40% of all land in the 33 member states is wooded. Co Wicklow has the highest …


Economy of the Republic of Ireland – Wikipedia
The economy of the Republic of Ireland is primarily a knowledge economy, focused on services into high-tech, life sciences, financial services and agribusiness including agrifood.Ireland is an open economy (6th on the Index of Economic Freedom), and ranks first for high-value foreign direct investment (FDI) flows. In the global GDP per capita tables, Ireland ranks 5th of 187 in the IMF table …
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