Trees are the lungs of the earth. Without trees on earth, human beings would not survive but without human beings, trees would still survive on earth abundantly. Trees absorb almost all the carbon dioxide emitted by man and man’s activities including but not limited to manufacturing, agriculture and transportation. Global warming is directly attributed to the loss of forest cover and increased emissions. Protecting the lungs of the earth (trees) is the only sure way of reversing global warming and defending the world’s biodiversity.
Providing Decent Wages for Decent Lives will guarantee healthy indigenous forests. No amount of legal framework, use of force and threats can stop an hungry and angry community from destroying a forest. The answer is in Decent Wages for Decent Lives! The answer is in forest adjacent communities having 💯 percent buy-in in reforestation activities, the answer is in forest adjacent communities benefiting from Non Timber Forest Products, the answer is in partners supporting scaling up of sustainable reforestation programs.
The Ministry of Environment and Forestry in Kenya through Kenya Forest Service has created an enabling environment for partners to participate in reforestation activities. The PPP has seen increased demand for public gazetted forest land adoption. EarthLungs Reforestation Projects Kenya gives partners a chance to be part of conservation of indigenous forests in the country. Check with us how you can be part of the global family that is restoring magical Kenya’s landscape and afford forest adjacent communities Decent Wages for Decent Lives.
The current forest cover in Kenya stands at 7.4% which is 3.6% shy of the constitutionally accepted 10% forest cover. The Kenya Forest Service has established guidelines for Adoption of a forest or part of a forest for tree planting & maintenance, protection and conservation in order to accelerate reforestation of degraded terrestrial, mangroves and dry land forests.