Tree planting in Peru

Birds need trees as shelter, food source and nesting place…Many species have been lost or under threat due deforestation. As birds aee essential for life on earth as they act as insect and rodent regulator, pollinatator and seed distributor we rely as much on birds as we rely on trees to exist.By saving trees and replanting Trees and by using bamboo and hemp and wood from fast growing and sustainable trees instead of good and high quality wood,  we safe also birds

Several imperiled ‪‎bird‬ species, including the Royal Cinclodes (pictured), will benefit from a massive tree planting effort in ‪Peru‬ led by ABC partner, Asociacion Ecosistemas Andinos (ECOAN). Over 900 people pitched in to plant over 57,000 trees during a single day, bringing the total number of trees planted to over one million.

http://www.abcbirds.org/newsandreports/releases/150225.html

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Amazon Rainforest Deforestation

Tasso Azevedo comes at a good time with his five ideas to safe the Amazon Rainforest….

Save the rainforest” is an environmental slogan as old as time — but Tasso Azevedo catches us up on how the fight is actually going these days. Spurred by the jaw-dropping losses of the 1990s, new laws (and transparent data) are helping slow the rate of deforestation in Brazil. Is it enough? Not yet. He has five ideas about what we should do next. And he asks if the lessons learned in Brazil could be applied to an even bigger problem: global climate change.

Watch the video:

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