HONG KONG, Dec. 16, 2021/PRNewswire/-Agroforestry Group announced today the launch its new environmental initiative that aims at conservation, reforestation as well as sustainability. It will plant trees all over the country as part of its new initiative. Malaysia’sIn collaboration with a Malaysian social venture, rainforests were restored. The two companies are environmentally conscious and committed to sustainable projects that will benefit the environment, wildlife, and community.
Agroforestry Group will plant one tree for each tree its clients purchase under the terms of the new initiative.
Mr. Paul MartinAgroforestry Group’s MD, said that the company has always been concerned with sustainability and the environment. This is evident in both Aquilaria plantsations and durian plantations. Today, we are making an additional commitment to the environment and hope that more companies will follow our lead.
Martin said that the Kinabatangan River is the main area where the company will be focusing its efforts. Sabah, Borneo. Due to its abundance of flora, fauna, and fauna, the Corridor of Life has been one of most severely impacted areas in the world.
Agroforestry Groups environmental initiative does more than just restore. Malaysia’sNot only does it help to protect the forests, but it also exposes the dangers associated forest loss. For those who have been affected, forest loss can lead to income loss and more frequent and lethal natural disasters. Tree cover keeps soil moist, making it more resistant to wildfires. Trees protect the soil from the sun’s rays and retain heat at night. Without it, the atmosphere gets hotter in the day.
More than 40% of the world’s population lives in the tropics. Climate change could lead to them becoming more vulnerable to rising heat and humidity. Protecting the forests is vital for those living in them and surrounding them as the planet warms.
About Agroforestry Group
Agroforestry Group was established in 2015. They have used their thirty years of private forest management to establish and commercially develop durian and agarwood plantations, product distribution and sales, and they were established in 2015. Agriculture and forestry have grown rapidly as an asset class over the past decade thanks to the interest of risk-averse private investors attracted to the green credentials of the industry, and the long-term high returns that agroforestry offers.
SOURCE Agroforestry Group