Deforestation and Its Extreme Effect on Global Warming

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Forests have had a devastating effect on weather change, with droughts, deserts, land degradation, floods, and international warming having the greatest effects of big deforestation and environmental degradation around the sector. This has brought the climate and weather system out of balance. To that end, the Greening Desert, a private enterprise and organization dedicated to global forest opening, has launched the Trillion Tree Tree Initiative in 2018. The goal is very simple, setting up greening and forest camps to plant millions or billions of trees every year. Developments such as the Greening Desert Clintek and Green drones and seeding balloons will support the globalization process. This can be done quickly with other similar projects and encouraging people around the world. It’s not just about planting one trillion trees and many other important trees. It is about biodiversity, grasslands, mixed forests, wetlands, and restoration of certain ecosystems, conservation of the environment and species conservation. It can significantly improve the climate and the weather in the future Balance Global cooling is not only possible with Global Greening, but it is also a highly realistic and most effective solution - especially in terms of cost, energy, and time. Other important issues are environmental education, climate adaptation, mitigation, resilience, and sustainability.

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The initiative is based on the work of founder Oliver Geminis Caplicus, who founded Greening Desert in 2016. He has already been successful with a number of businesses and organizations dedicated to environmental protection. He has previously founded and initiated innovative projects such as Agrophotoval-Talk, Desert Bamboo Africa, Greening Coasts, Greening Drones, Greenhouse Ships, Green Ring Africa, Great Green Wall North Africa, Seeding Balloons and Transparent Solar Greenhouses. The Trillion Tree Initiative is his most comprehensive and far-reaching. There are many conservation teams who plan massive tree-planting activities. The deserts of greening support them through useful experiences, information, and exemplary experiences.

“Trees are vital to life on our planet. These negatively impact climate crisis change, deforestation, deforestation - especially in the Hu-man-made deserts, arid lands, savannas, and wastelands. Over the years, races, organizations, personalities and organizations have been invited and many have shown interest. You are welcome to join the project and the green initiative. Let’s make the world green together again,” said Calicut.

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Caplicus had previously used his expertise in conserving and managing the environment to improve harsh conditions, including plants for Greenlands and waste disposal. The Trillion Tree Initiative will create greening and research camps for green plants and green spots to cultivate the necessary trees and shrubs as part of the planting concept. Together with the soil-improved trees, the topsoil layer will be created in just a few years - a mixture of the following tree trunks and the foundation of the mixed forest. Seeds and seed balls can be dropped with balloon seeds and seeding drones.

We are planning to plant more wildflowers and flowering plants especially for bees, birds, and other animals who need trees for survival. The goals of the Greening Desert projects are to restore landscapes such as mixed forests, grasslands, and wetlands - bringing back biodiversity, clean air, topsoil, and water. Reduce and stop deforestation in the near future, replacing wood with other sustainable materials such as rice straw,”Caplicus said.

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Awareness programs, contact letters, and statements have already been shared with thousands of governments, agencies, and organizations worldwide after the summer, autumn, and winter 2019. A special species conservation project was launched at the end of the year - Critically Endangered Species (CES-RPP) research and Safety activities. Focus on the most endangered species and keystone species.

Especially that which depends on many other forms of life. We don’t have much time to prevent mass extinction - people are included.

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Various collaborations, collaborations, partnerships, and sponsorships are possible. Join the project on social networks too, be part of the community, and this outstanding movement.

Summary:

The Green Desert has a really great potential for economic, educational, cultural, social, scientific and sustainable projects around the world to reduce the impact of man-made climate protection change, deforestation, drought, desertification, land degradation, flooding, and global warming. Projects can improve biodiversity, ecology, healthy environment, sustainable agriculture and ecological afforestation, clintech and Greentech development. Many ambassadors, experts, ministers, trade commissioners, institutions and scientists have been invited since 2018 to join the Trillion Tree Initiative.

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The Greening Desert trillion trees initiative and Greening Camps are primarily for plant breeding and species conservation. Useful plants and trees will be cultivated, especially critically endangered species and plants that are needed in each respective region. Together with the soil-improved trees, the topsoil layer will be created in just a few years - a mixture of the following tree trunks and the foundation of the mixed forest. Creating a basic camp with a small team requires about three to nine months depending on the conditions and the region. The greening and foresting of each respective region start from the beginning, like planting trees in the first gardens. Larger camps can get an energy storage park with a solar park, a water park, and or a window park. Smaller camps must have solar power and water supply. There are many developments and other projects attached here, most of which will be realized through the camps. It is also attractive for urban areas, urban forests and urban agriculture - especially community gardens, rooftop gardens, organic gardens, and vertical farming.

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