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Fight For Right Cause

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How we can grow a dense Miyawaki forest ?

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  Miyawaki technique of afforestation was pioneered by Akira Miyawaki, a popular botanist from Japan whose aim was to restore the native forests from their seeds, thus maintaining the ecological balance with nature. Through a Miyawaki forest, faster restoration of the eroded layer of soil is possible which could result in increased forest cover at approximately 10 times the rate as …

WHY TREE PLANTATION IS THE BEST SOCIAL SERVICE

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Tree plantation is important because It will be no surprise to call trees a mother to our planet, as they take in harmful carbon dioxide to give out oxygen that helps us breathe. Trees not only filter out harmful polluted air but also provide shelter to animals and other living beings. From paper to furniture, every other item in our …

Why we need to plant more trees

Miyawaki forest in Udaipur Rajasthan

Planting trees has become the need of the hour especially if we were to go by these facts and figures: Trees facts: It is estimated that within the next 100 years there will be no rainforests left. We lose around 7.3 million hectares of forest land each year, according to the UNFAO. Agriculture and construction has become the leading cause …