Afforestation and biodiversity conservation

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Afforestation biodiversity

As of 2019, the total forest cover in India is 712,249 Sq. km (71.22 million hectares), which is 21.67 percent of the total geographical area. This is substantially less than the requirement to maintain ecological balance. There are wide variations across the states and in almost all the geographical areas of the country, forest cover is declining. EcoVocal Solutions promote creation of forest, even amidst the urban jungles of concrete, through creation of dedicated forests in urban, peri-urban and rural areas. We offer the Miyawaki method of forest creation for the governments, builders and industries, wherever some chunk of land is made available for creating such tiny but dense forests.

For the conservation of biodiversity, we would like to offer end to end support to the biodiversity boards and the forest and environment departments in preparing biodiversity registers and taking up schemes for conservation.