Impact areas:

Forests regulate the climate. To stay below a global temperature rise of 2°, we need to remove excess carbon from our atmosphere.

Trees are amazing carbon sinks

50% of a tree’s biomass is carbon that can stay sequestered for as long as the tree is protected.

Forests balance the water cycle

The destruction of forests leads to less water retention in the landscape and causes major shifts in precipitation that could lead to increased temperatures and an exacerbation of climate change.

Forests maintain soil quality

When there’s little forest cover, rain can cause severe soil erosion and droughts can cause desertification. Healthy soil means more food security.

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