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Restoration of forests in Ukraine

The goal of the program is to restore the Carpathian forests for the preservation and development of the unique flora and fauna of the area.

Mission - Carpathian forests - the "lungs" of Europe.

Climate change is one of the biggest global threats to our planet. To reduce the negative effects of this phenomenon, we must pay attention to the most valuable natural resource - forests. Forests play a key role in sequestering carbon, preserving biodiversity and providing various useful functions for society.

Forests play a critical role in regulating the Earth's carbon cycle. They function as large carbon sinks, absorbing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and storing it in trees, leaves, roots, and soil. This process is called carbon sequestration and is essential for reducing CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.

Forest conservation and restoration are important not only for carbon sequestration, but also for biodiversity conservation and provision of other ecosystem services. Forests affected by logging or forest fires lose their ability to absorb carbon, and this can cause large amounts of CO2 to be released into the atmosphere. Therefore, it is important to actively work on the restoration of forests and maintain their stability.

By concluding international agreements and forest protection programs, we are taking steps towards the preservation of these important natural resources.

Forests have enormous potential in the fight against climate change, and their importance for our planet is extremely great. They have the ability to absorb carbon and provide other important functions that help preserve the environment and reduce the impact of climate change.

Conservation of biodiversity is another key role that forests play in combating climate change. Forests are home to many species of plants, animals and microorganisms, and this diversity of life is important for ecosystem balance and sustainability.


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