FORCE OF NATURE plants a tree for every pertisipant we are having with us on our events. We donate money to a non profit organisation that plant trees in countrys where it is needed at its most.
Force of Nature dosen´t only focusing on planting a tree, we want to help change lifes.
Not only does reforestation revitalize dry arid soil and provide a substantial oxygen supply, but it directly benefits locals living in the area by providing wood for fuel, food, and fodder for livestock, as well as permanent and seasonal employment.
The destruction of healthy forest systems causes so many different problems. Trees provide a habitat for animals, purify water sources, control flooding and erosion and help to replenish the soil with nutrients needed for farming. When farmers can’t grow anything their farms fail and they have no option but to move to the overcrowded cities looking for work. Often they have to resort to selling themselves or their families into slavery just to survive.
Forests are the lungs of the Earth: they absorb and filter toxins from the air and produce clean oxygen for all life to breathe.
Forests hold vast amounts of carbon dioxide and act as a cooling system for the Earth; they stabilize the global climate and fight climate change.
Forests are essential to the livelihood and cultures of people around the world, and are home to 80 percent of the Earth’s land-based plants and animals.
Forests act as a filtration system as water flows through their root systems, providing clean drinking water for millions of people around the globe.
Deforestation is a major environmental problem, and between 1-2 per cent of forest disappear every year. In addition to the forest disappears deteriorates forest quality significantly, where a rich forest with high biodiversity are replaced with forest plantations consisting of a few species. Felling of all forests is one of the greatest threat to biodiversity loss. Nearly 30 percent of the land is forested and the forest contains 90 percent of the land-based biodiversity. Deforestation contributes in doing so significantly to the greenhouse effect, more than 20 percent of the greenhouse effect is due to deforestation.