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More than 90% of Madagascar's primary forests are destroyed, impacting people living in extreme poverty the most
Forestry trees play a significant role in the Earth's biosphere, accounting for a remarkable 75% of the gross primary productivity. Furthermore, they constitute approximately 80% of the planet's plant biomass, showcasing their substantial contribution to global vegetation
Over 90% of Kenya has been deforested. The dangerous combination of logging, charcoal burning and illegal settling will only accelerate forest loss
With over 45% of Mozambique's population living beneath the poverty line, communities rely heavily on natural resources and forests
The Papaya (Carica papaya) is a tropical fruit tree belonging to the family Caricaceae. Native to the Americas, this remarkable plant has a fascinating history and unique characteristics.
In the 1960s, the Philippines faced a devastating environmental crisis marked by the rapid deforestation that ravaged nearly 90% of its once-vibrant forests. This catastrophic phenomenon had far-reaching consequences, displacing rural community members, disrupting delicate ecosystems, and triggering a cascade of ecological imbalances.
Through a collaborative effort with the local community, we embark on a transformative mission to afforest an expansive 10,000 hectares of land in Ethiopia.
British Columbia Seaforestation Canada
Restore damaged ecosystems and reviving the livelihoods of local communities in three different plantation sites of our Canada Reforestation Projects.
Despite having thousands of protected forests, illegal activities are destroying Central America's forests.
British Columbia Cariboo Canada
In recent years, British Columbia, Canada, has experienced the devastating impacts of wildfires, with significant outbreaks occurring in 2017, 2018, and 2021. These wildfires swept across an astonishing expanse of more than 1.3 million hectares of land, leaving behind a trail of destruction.
Over the past century, fire suppression efforts in the United States have inadvertently contributed to the dangerous overgrowth of forests, creating a hazardous situation exacerbated by the impacts of climate change.
Historically, wildfires have played a vital role in shaping California's landscape, with Indigenous communities employing controlled burns as a means to manage and shape the environment for centuries. These controlled burns served a crucial purpose in maintaining ecosystem balance by reducing biomass and clearing debris, creating space for species to flourish.
In the 19th century, Michigan played a pivotal role as the primary source of lumber for the rapidly growing nation. To support the construction and development of cities like Chicago and Milwaukee, extensive logging took place, leaving a profound impact on the state’s forests.
In August 2021, the state of Montana experienced a devastating event that would leave an indelible mark on its landscape. The Richard Spring Fire, a fierce and uncontrollable wildfire, tore through the region, leaving a path of destruction in its wake.