Afforestation

Afforestation is the establishment of a forest or stand of trees (forestation) in an area where there was no previous tree cover.Many government and non-governmental organizations directly engage in afforestation programs to create forests and increase carbon capture. Sometimes special tools, such as a tree planting bar, are used to make planting of trees easier and faster.The rate of net forest loss decreased substantially over the period 1990–2020 due to a reduction in deforestation in some countries, plus increases in forest area in others through afforestation and the natural expansion of forests.Afforestation can increase the soil quality and organic carbon …

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SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 23 January 2023 English

The plan further notes the need for risk-informed development and identifies natural hazards and disasters, and the effects of climate change as among the risks to be mitigated. [...] This …

there should be forest restoration efforts (afforestation and reforestation deliberate support for public enhancing disaster management and early efforts (afforestation and warning/alert systems; investing in making


World Bank Group · 19 January 2023 English

UNA-180013-CW-RF Q / forestry Plantations under Re- afforestation Scheme (in open forest 800 plants per h a) area 2021-12-3 1 IN-DPO, UNA-232957-CW-RF Q / Re-afforestation 1st year maintenance works of planta tion areas 2022-03-2 0 IN-DPO, UNA-233205-CW-RF Q / Re-afforestation during 2 021-22 IBRD / 90410 Component 1. Sustainable maintenance wo rks of plantation areas i.e. re -afforestation 800 plants per/ ha, Enrichment Plantation 40


World Bank Group · 19 January 2023 English

conservation of valuable ecosystems through afforestation/reforestation, park expansion and reclamation introduction of invasive species (during afforestation/re-afforestation, (iii) potential conflict among and natural regeneration; gully reclamation, etc.), afforestation, reforestation on lands in the area earmarked introduction of invasive species (during afforestation/re-afforestation); (iii). occupational health and safety


World Bank Group · 19 January 2023 English

plantation in winter season of 2020-21 for Re-afforestation of degraded Forest by planting 800 plants /


World Bank Group · 19 January 2023 English

ine 1100 plants per/ha area i n (133 Ha), Re-afforestation plantations 800 plants per/h a area in (155 RFQ / Plantation of 800 Plant s per/ha in Re-afforestation a reas in (102 Ha) in different GPs in rainy along dra inage line 1100 plants per/ha , Re-afforestation plantations 800 plants per/ha and Enrich ment


World Bank Group · 18 January 2023 English

planting of trees was also carried out to ensure afforestation and improve the vegetation of the drylands.


TI: Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut · 18 January 2023 English

We first reviewed the policy evolution related to forest bioeconomy in China, and the forest bioeconomy market development in China both in traditional forest sector like wood manufacture, wood construction …

forest related nature- based approaches - from afforestation to forest landscape restoration RFFL – Science-practice


World Bank Group · 18 January 2023 English

Ecosy stem Restoration, Study on E cological Afforestation Techni ques in Manm Mountain IBRD / 88560 Component


World Bank Group · 17 January 2023 English

Improving public service delivery is an important pillar of many development projects and programs, whether financed by governments or international development agencies. The approach to interventions has evolved into a …

and Meghalaya SWCD staff buying saplings for afforestation near village temples. The emerging results


World Bank Group · 16 January 2023 English

diversion of forest land and compensatory afforestation, e.g., for tree cutting, are mandatory.


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