binchotan charcoal for sale Haiti Survie

by:Longzhao BBQ     2019-08-03
binchotan charcoal for sale Haiti Survie
After the recent disaster has plunged the country into poverty and plunged its people into the shadow of hunger, since the earthquake of the 21st century and 10 s has caused great damage to the country's infrastructure, the charity "Haitian survival" has turned its efforts to restore the country's ecosystem, which has also recently suffered deforestation.In the past, more than half of the country's area was dominated by trees and other biomass, however, due to increased national poverty, the population was forced to harvest this biomass to the brink of extinction in order to maintain their economy.The trees themselves are cut down and converted into charcoal in order to be sold in the energy market in the future, and due to this repeated practice, the percentage of forest-rich areas has dropped from around 60% to 2% of the remaining trees.
In response, the environment-based charity has started a afforestation project to support the planting of more than 100,000 new saplings with the ultimate goal of the project, by the end of the next generation, china will not only have a more sustainable economic base, but also a source of food produced locally to avoid Haiti's dependence on imports, which, frankly, cannot afford to be imported.To this end, the plan focuses on growing fruit trees and attracting benefits from all aspects of the community, who separate the stages of reconstruction.There are some wonderful photos of children and adults participating in the work on the BBC website.
Aldrin calissett, one of the founders of Haiti's dese, has his motivation behind the project, saying: "We want to give people an alternative income to eradicate poverty.When people have fruit trees, they can produce them to fight hunger."This project has replicated many similar focus groups on the planet that have undertaken large-scale afforestation and natural restoration projects, due to their abundance, last year, the United Nations named the International Year of Forests ".
Perhaps the most successful example of a afforestation project is South Korea, which, 35 years after the Japanese occupation, faced a near-barren countryside at the end of the hostilities in 1953.However, between 1954 and 1984, the country's total cubic quality of wood increased by more than four times, from 30 million hectares to 0.16 billion hectares, from 1961 to 1995 hectares, the area allocated to forestry has increased from 4 hectares to 6 million hectares.
It is estimated that more than 2 out of 3 parts of the country are covered in green, and no microcosm is more indicative than the former DMZ, which is now a wildlife sanctuary.Whether or not there is a motive for the recent disaster, these types of projects are essential to our social infrastructure and even our survival.In addition to the obvious need for water and air purification, we must also remember the livelihood of relying on wood, not to mention the animals that call these forests home.
In fact, more than a billion people work on timber, but we are still destroying 18,000,000 hectares of forest every year.Almost nine times the size of Haiti!This must stop right away!
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