His other distinctions include being the Founding Chair of the British Ecological Society, a valued membership of the Nature Conservancy Council and the National Urban Forestry Unit.
What does NUFU stand for?
NUFU stands for National Urban Forestry Unit (UK)
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- Nutrition and Food Science (academic program; various universities)
- Nagoya University Foreign Students Association (Japan)
- Network of Urban Forums for Sustainable Development
- National University of Food Technologies (Ukraine)
- National Union of Furniture Trade Operatives (UK)
- Nasjonalt Utvalg for Utviklingsrelatert Forskning og Utdanning (Norwegian: National Committee for Development-Related Research and Education)
- Normal Umbilical Doppler Flow Velocities
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- National Union of Foundry Workers
- Newcastle Ultrasound for Women (Merewether, New South Wales, Australia)
- Nevada United Four Wheelers Association
- Napoli Underground (Italian caving community)
- National Unified Goal (transportation)
- National Unity Government (Palestinian Territories)
- National Users Group
- NEC User Group
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His other distinctions include being the Founding Chair of the British Ecological Society, membership of the Nature Conservancy Council and the National Urban Forestry Unit.
David Ritchie, chairman of the National Urban Forestry Unit, said: 'We need to find more effective ways of championing trees in towns.
But in the 1980s he played a role in creating the Black Country Urban Forestry Unit, now called the National Urban Forestry Unit.
Spearheaded by the National Urban Forestry Unit, the pounds 10 million project involves planting and managing around 1,000 hectares of woodland in the Black Country as a celebration of the year 2000.
Trust officials are being supported in the scheme by the "Esso Trees of Time and Place" initiative, the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers and the National Urban Forestry Unit.
Mr Alan Goodman, technical programme officer for the Wolverhampton-based National Urban Forestry Unit, said trees were seriously under-rated by the public.