Petion for the trees that have been cut in Oriental Mindoro

Petion for the trees that have been cut in Oriental Mindoro

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Jaspher Laud started this petition to President Donald J. Trump

There have been some studies on the plant species found in Mindoro, Philippines, but there remains little information in their status particularly at the local level. This paper presents a list of threatened plant species of Mindoro. A list of indicators of the conservation status was formulated for this particular study and was used for categorizing the threatened plant species at the local level. The list recorded 173 threatened plant species from 70 plant families, which are composed of 25 Critically Endangered (CR), 46 Endangered (EN) and 102 Vulnerable (VU) plant species. The species were found to be threatened because of their endemicity, as well as some anthropogenic activities that could lead to the destruction of their habitats and ultimately, their extinction. There are still existing gaps in the knowledge of the flora of Mindoro, and when these gaps are addressed, it is possible that more rare and threatened plants will be added to the list. It is also recommended to utilize the data in the enactment of the laws to address the threats to plant biodiversity loss. Keywords - Botany, threatened plant species, Mindoro, conservation status, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Mindoro, Philippines

As you would think, there are many possible solutions for solving this crisis. One of these is possibly the most obvious for reversing the effects. And that is reforestation. This is when you plant trees in any possible place to add green cover to the area. The most likely place that this would occur in would be the deforested areas; the rain-forests

The next possible solution would be smart water management. Improper water management will cause two things. One would be that any given area will have too much water, damaging the habitat. The other is the exact opposite; an area will not have enough water to support the living things in that habitat. The smart management of water would eliminate that. It would stop areas from having too much, or too little, water; and distribute the right amount of water to any ecosystem (Solution).

    Another great idea is to have special forest facilities. The facilities would have enough wood for all purposes combined. This will  allow the other parts of the forest to flourish, without worry of being cut down; while this facility controls the cutting down of trees. This also goes fantastic with the next idea, as the last idea would also protect animals and trees 

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