To plant 20,030,000 trees by 2030.South Africa has a plantation area of more than 1.5 million hectares, representing only 1.2% of the land area. This percentage compares poorly to the 30% of the USA and 67% of Japan. One of the largest afforested areas in South Africa (an area of 0.6 million hectares) is in the Mpumalanga province. The Forestry Industry contributes 8.7% of the gross value of the country's agricultural output. The plantation forests of South Africa use just 3% of the country's total water resource. Irrigation, which is the norm in the growing of many agricultural crops, is never utilized in forest plantation management. The rainfall, therefore, needs to be higher than 750 mm per annum to sustain commercial forestry.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to stopping or slowing global warming, and each individual, business, municipal, state, tribal, and National entities must weigh their options in light of their own unique set of circumstances. When it comes to fighting global warming, trees have emerged as one of the most popular weapons. With nations making little progress controlling their carbon emissions, many governments and advocates have advanced plans to plant vast numbers of trees to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in an attempt to slow climate change.
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Carbon sequestration is the process through which CO2 from the atmosphere is absorbed by various carbon sinks. Principal carbon sinks include agricultural sinks, forests, geologic formations, and oceanic sinks. Carbon sequestration and storage occurs when CO2 is absorbed by trees, plants, and crops through photosynthesis and stored as carbon in biomass, such as tree trunks, branches, foliage, and roots, as well as in the soil.
Use Nature as an effective way to store CO2 - Bury CO2 in the soil. It all start with planting trees which absorb CO2 in the atmosphere. Planting trees promote sustainable rural economic development.
EXAMPLE: 1 MORINGA TREE = 30 kg per year = 30kgco2e per year
EQUIVALENT TO 100 KM driven by an average gasoline/ Petrol-powered passenger vehicle