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It's estimated that globally, 15 billion trees are cut down every year, and that's more than 41 million trees every day. At that rate of deforestation, it's hard to imagine how long it would take to replace trees if we relied on hand-planting alone.

Reforestation effort in Amazon aims to plant 73 million trees

In the Brazilian Amazon, a new technique for planting trees, called muvuca is being used that results in stronger plants. Conservation International hopes to cover 70,000 acres in new forests, in an effort to prevent, or at least slow down a hot future.

Study: Post-pandemic Reforestation in New World Helped Trigger Little Ice Age

There has been growing evidence for the hypothesis that the effect of the pandemics in the Americas wasn't confined to killing indigenous peoples. Global climate appears to have been altered as well.

Reforestation Using Exotic Plants Can Disturb The Fertility of Tropical Soils

To improve depleted land, a range of reforestation programmes using rapid-growing forest species, such as eucalyptus, was undertaken since the mid-1970s.

Heavy Snows May Help Reforest China's Deserts

China has been receiving record level snowfalls the past few months and much devastation as resulted; however, there is an upside to this reality, the spring melts may help reforest a hard hit region.

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Yerba mate plantation in Misiones  Argentina in 2005.
Yerba mate plantation in Misiones, Argentina in 2005.
Leandro Kibisz
Earth observations are those in  on and around the Earth  whether from space or in situ. Combining i...
Earth observations are those in, on and around the Earth, whether from space or in situ. Combining in situ and space-based observations into easily accessible information to influence decision-making is GEO’s goal.
Indigenous women collecting seeds.
Indigenous women collecting seeds.
(Xingu Seed Network/Danilo Ignacio/ ISA
Spring tree planting was started in the DPRK on March 4  2015  Tree Planting Day  the significant da...
Spring tree planting was started in the DPRK on March 4, 2015, Tree Planting Day, the significant day when President Kim Il Sung kindled the first torch for the movement for planting trees.

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