Mini-forests reforest cities
It is already indisputable that one of the ways to increase biodiversity is reforestation. Not only in traditional places but also in the city. Therefore, more and more countries are planting trees as a way to improve the environment and health of those who reside at. We are convinced of it and that is why we are going to explain who has made it possible for the mini-forests to reach the city and how it did it.
The driving force behind this movement is the Japanese botanist, Akira.
Miyawaki, who has brought to Europe a philosophy that he already established in
some Asian countries.
One of the premises from which this botanist starts is that the people we need in the same measure as other species those forests, so it is necessary to reforest as soon as possible our cities. And it does it with volunteers who plant trees suitable for each area where there is an open space, although not it is much bigger than a swimming pool.
The peculiarity is that Miyazaki forests grow 10 times more fast and become 30 times denser and 100 more biodiverse than planted by conventional methods.
Why this growth? Because some are planted near everyone and the species used are indigenous, of various heights for achieve multiple layers, which makes it possible to store 40 times more carbon than single-species plantations.
In Europe we can find them in the Netherlands, France and Belgium. Who are encouraged?
We, for the moment, continue to convert each purchase of our brand on a tree. For now, we have started with threatened areas of the planet.
The Rewinder Forest, as we define it, has about 35 plant and tree species - from baobabs to cocoa through some threatened specimens such as Swietenia macriphylla–belonging to eight international projects working in regions with devastated ecosystems in Africa, Latin America and Asia.
Because it is necessary to create forestry and agroforestry projects sustainable, complying with quality standards and the best practices to get more trees to be planted than to they cut.