Climate is changing, earth is warming up, and there is now overwhelming scientific consensus that it is happening, and human-induced. With global warming on the increase and species and their habitats on the decrease, chances for ecosystems to adapt naturally are diminishing.
To preserve the trees is an obligation for everyone without exception, because the trees are protector that can filter the sun’s heat while simultaneously producing wind to be breathed in by all people. Without wind and fresh air that can be breathed in everyday, the body is more vulnerable to attacks by disease.
The purpose of our tree cultivation projects is to return our green forests that are now arid as a consequence of private human acts that did not care for the existing environment around them that must protected and loved. The impact also will be bigger to city environment, like the happenings of erosion, flood and landslide.
These issue must be countered quickly and positively to care for and save the environment from global warming or lessen sun damage. The forest must be properly maintained in order for the earth to be saved. That is why must execute worthwhile cultivation of protector trees for the world society, especially in India .
Despite of all the characteristics, Forests have undergone decline and shrinkage. Forests in Tamil nadu have been neglected and destroyed by modernization and legislation. Also, threatened because of increasing pressure from population and livestock. Several encroachments have taken place, and worse, the Governments have regularized them. Area and legal status of several Forests has not been clearly defined. Forest wealth and prime and water sources/water-harvesting structures, which existed within or adjacent to the Forest lands are depleted, dilapidated and facing extinction. This has happened due to abandoning of traditional practices of natural resources conservation and management, and importantly non- people centric government policies and laws play a significant role in this regard. Most of the herbs, which existed in ‘Forests’ have either become extinct or threatened to become extinct.
Over a million livestock dependent people are struggling hard for survival because of shrinking ‘Forests’ grazing grounds. These pastoralists have either to undertake large scale migration into adjoining areas or over grazing near by forest area, which often cause them physical hardship and severe social strain and also lead to conflicts and destruction of vegetation. The decline of forest cover has undoubtedly grave consequences. Denuded of tree cover, tropical lands move quickly towards infertility and erosion.
Forests currently face various threats like Industrialization, mining, quarry, encroachment; clear felling, and other depletive factors. For example, a part of Tiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu, threatened by Industrialization.
CHHASE would like to expand its current programs to plant more trees, organize awareness campaigns at additional schools, and to work with more land owners. It plans to work with 25 schools to teach them about climate change, the importance of planting trees and conserving water. The students will also be provided with free saplings so that they can plant at home. In addition, CHHASE aims to raise the environmental awareness of members of 50 SHG) and owners of undeveloped land.
Many are agreed that climate change may be one of the greatest threats facing the planet. Recent years show increasing temperatures in various regions, and/or increasing extremities in weather patterns. The world mostly agrees that something needs to be done about global warming and climate change. To aid in this, reforestation, or planting of new forests, water conservation and use of solar energy have been suggested.
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United way only, we can achieve this task. This action needs your support in spreading this awareness to your neighbors and friends.