• Kalpana Soni


Solutions, awareness, importance of conservation, Forest conservation


Planting and maintaining forests for the benefit of present and future generations is known as forest conservation. A rapid adjustment in the mix of tree species and the age distribution is another goal of forest preservation efforts. The term "forest conservation" refers to the practice of protecting forests in order to preserve the many valuable resources they contain. Forests are essential to human survival because they provide a wide variety of resources, including carbon storage and acting as a carbon sink, oxygen production (for which all life on Earth is dependent), purification of water, habitat for wildlife (forests are home to half of all species), mitigation of global warming, absorption of toxic gases and noise, conservation of soil, and prevention of natural disasters. However, modern human activities pose the greatest and most immediate threat to forests, including the expansion of agriculture, timber plantations, and other land uses (such as pulp and paper plantations, urbanization, road building, and industrialization). Therefore, raising public awareness is essential. This paper provides a variety of methods for protecting forests and raising public awareness, both of which are crucial to sustaining a healthy ecosystem. This is a national initiative, and we must participate.





How to Cite

FOREST CONSERVATION & ENVIRONMENT. (2023). Journal of Science Innovations and Nature of Earth, 3(2).

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