Trees are incredible. They can live for thousands of years and grow hundreds of metres tall. There is not a species on the planet that doesn’t owe its existence to them. So here are some amazing facts about trees and forests for International Day of Forest. 1. The Boreal forest (aka Taiga) is the largest land habitat on the planet It runs across northern […]
With the intention to highlight the importance of forests and their impact on the survival of humankind, the General Assembly of the European Confederation of Agriculture made a decision in 1971 that the day- 21 March declare the World Day of forests.
Environment – Ecosphere is divided into: Biosphere (World of Nature and Natural Resources) and Technosphere (human settlements, infrastructure).
Forest is a complex formation (biogeocenosis) of trees that affect each other and the environment in which they are located. Forest structure determines three basic components: