Forests act as natural filters, providing clean air and water, and are havens of biological diversity.
Forests not only help regulate our climate by influencing rainfall patterns, cooling urban areas and absorbing one-third of greenhouse gas emissions
Forests are home to about 80 percent of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity, with more than 60,000 tree species.
Almost 1.6 billion people around the world depend directly on forests for their shelter, food, energy, medicines and income.
Forests play a crucial role in poverty alleviation and in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Wood acquired from the trees helps provide millions of people with safe and clean drinking water and cook bacteria-free food.
Wood can also support the development and enhancement of the communities, as it can build skyscrapers and replace plastic.
Wood can also help us heal and find new cures through nanotechnology. Wood is also taking us to space