International Day of Forests
Why Forest ?
The above question is behind the International Day of Forests. Forests are vital to life on Earth. They purify the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, prevent erosion, and act as an important buffer against climate change. The Forests offer a home to much of the world’s diverse array of plants and animals and provide essential natural resources from timber and food to medicinal plants. Forests also support the lives of local communities and help them to thrive.
Forests Under Threat
The Forests around the world are under threat. Despite the key role forests play in the world’s environmental and economic health, we continue to lose forests. Forests are important. They are a huge component in our battle against CO2 emissions. Forests are also being eliminated at a ridiculously scary rate. Every year, we lose a sizeable amount of forest area globally.
International Forest Day:
International day observed every year on March 21 since 2012. The day aims to raise awareness regarding the importance of all types of forests.
The day was established in 2012 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The forest day was first established on November 28, 2012 to be celebrated on the 21st of March every year by combining World Forestry Day and Forest Day.
World Forest Day theme 2022:
2022 theme is “Forests and sustainable production and consumption”.
We celebrate Forest Day to raise awareness about the importance of forests in our daily lives. International Forest Day is a tremendous occasion to celebrate the world’s wildlife and humanities’ achievements in preservation of it, to educate the public on forests and ecosystems. But it is also a suitable opportunity and the right time to address global problems.
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