Afforestation in Armenia

Armenia
The forested area in Armenia is 300,000 ha or about 10% of the total territory, so Armenia ranks among the countries with low forest cover. The world average is 31%. The country's forests provide many important benefits: economic, environmental, social and cultural. In addition to recreational and aesthetic value, forests maintain the water balance of ecosystems, improve soil fertility to increase agricultural productivity, and protect soil from erosion and flooding. It is estimated that 200 years ago Armenia’s forest cover was twice as large...Read more
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13398
trees planted
1339.80
tonnes of CO₂
absorbed during lifetime
17
endemic tree species
2
tree nurseries
1
greenhouse
70-90
seasonal workers
38
permanent staff
Walnuts
for economic benefit

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13 Climate action
15 Life on land
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