A year of forest planting Natura In the Amazon

Un año de la plantación del bosque Natura en el Amazonas
Un año de la plantación del bosque Natura en el Amazonas
Un año de la plantación del bosque Natura en el Amazonas
Un año de la plantación del bosque Natura en el Amazonas
This month ago Just a year that we started collaboration with Saving The Amazon with the planting of 1,777 trees in the indigenous shelter of Tayazú. Like all the social or environmental projects in which we participate, we like to know firsthand and share their evolution. That is why today we share some data on the forest Natura A year after sowing. Forest Natura In the Amazon

The forest Natura: mitigating the effect of climate change.

The planted trees continue to grow while fulfilling the task of capturing carbon, so they contribute to reducing the amount of greenhouse gases -gei- in the atmosphere, particularly the carbon dioxide (CO2), thus mitigating the effect of the effect of climate change. It is estimated that with the planting of 1,777 trees, 2,787,729.43 kg of CO2 have been captured in a year.

Forest Natura In the Amazon in figures


The forest Natura: great variety of species

The forest is made up of different species of trees, among which we highlight: Loir Natura.

The forest Natura Help nutrient balance in the soil

Another issue that is worth highlighting the forest restoration process Natura It is that there is a greater amount of nutrients in 2.96 hectares, corresponding to the surface that covers the planting of the 1,777 trees. This translates into a reduction in the death rate of non -mature plant species at the local level.

The forest Natura: A job opportunity for many families

In the Tayazú community, of the total number of families who participated in the sowing of the forest Natura, 67.85% of them do not have another additional source of income so it allows them to give employment and thus be able to develop their quality of life as a family nucleus and get out of the cycles that make them highly vulnerable. The species planted in this forest, include a utility beyond the direct resource on wood, since most species planted by indigenous communities have managed to develop secondary uses that contemplate from artisanal uses to medicinal uses, keeping at all times the Need to supply food demand from fruit and timber species. Forest Natura In the Amazon Forest Natura In the Amazon And we will continue with the support of the Amazon, the largest tropical forest region on the planet, with around seven million km2. A space of vital importance for life on earth and meets constant threats. Today we say goodbye to this post with a recommendation, the documentary of National Geographic The Territory. The Territory Trailer (2022) A documentary that offers an immersive look on the ground to the tireless struggle of the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau indigenous people against invasive deforestation caused by farmers and illegal settlers in the Brazilian Amazon. The film leads the public to the deepest of the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau community and provides unprecedented access to farmers and settlers who illegally burned and clean the protected indigenous land. Partially filmed by the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau people, the film is based on images captured for three years while the community risks their lives in the hope of exposing the truth.