The Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. (RFFI) ultimate goal: to establish working community forests managed sustainably to protect and restore the ecosystem, support biodiversity, address climate change, provide wood products, support the local economy and eventually invest any excess revenue into the community.
Leed University study finds: “Tropical forests losing their ability to absorb carbon, decades ahead of even the most pessimistic climate models.” This points to the urgent need to cut greenhouse gases and reach agreement to protect and restore remaining forests at the Cop26 summit.https://bit.ly/3fLyvJ4
"Happy Passover" from RFFI.ORG on this 6th day of Passover-Yom Tov. Just two more days remain in #Pesach, celebrating the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Another year of Seders held by Zoom or in small private settings. Hopefully the time will come when we can say "Chag Same’ach" together again! #Passover#Pesach#Sameach
RFFI.ORG applauds Greta Thunberg, who tells us: "We’re loosing 10 million acres of forest every year, at a time when we need to maximise every possible carbon sink.
In some places planting trees is a great solution but given our timeframe the most effective way is to protect and rewild existing forests." #Forest#deforestation#carbonsink#restoration