China’s forest growth contribution to the Asia Pacific region has increased by 26.5 million hectares

There are one of the four major sands of my country, now, a piece of green is spreading.

The National Forestry and Prairie Airlines learned from the National Forestry and Grassland Bureau, recently, the Asia-Pacific OECD ministerial meeting held that the meeting announced that the forest area in the Asia-Pacific forest increased by 27.9 million hectares.

As one of the members of the Asia-Pacific OECD, my country has increased by 26.5 million hectares during this period to promote forest recovery and sustainable operation in the Asia-Pacific region. It is understood that in 2007, the Asia-Pacific OECD leader’s "Declaration on Climate Change, Energy Safety and Clean Development" adopted by the Asia-Pacific OECD, has increased by at least 20 million hectares of forest area of ??the Asia-Pacific region by 2020. Sydney Forestry Target.

The relevant person in charge of the National Forestry and Grassland Bureau said that my country has made great contributions to the implementation of the forestry goals in Sydney.

In order to promote the increase in forest area in the Asia-Pacific region, the quality of forest ecosystems, mitigating climate change, my country has carried out a large-scale land greening action through improved forest grass policy regulations, scientifically, fully implementing forest head system, multi-channel promotes forest resource recovery, become Among the 21 members of the Asia-Pacific OECD, the largest forest area has been widely recognized by the international community. At the same time, in order to achieve this goal, my country has established an Asia-Pacific Forest in 2008. As of 2020, the organization has carried out 50 forestry sustainable management and recovery projects, research, demonstrations and promotion of forest restoration and forestry sustainable operations, and enhance the Sustainable Management Level of the Asia-Pacific Regional Forest. Laborined the establishment of the Asia-Pacific OECD Forestry Ministerial Conference and the high-level dialogue platform of the Greetow, Minister of Forestry, established regional forestry education, human resources, science and technology, planning, wildlife protection and other exchange dialogue mechanisms.

Signing partnerships with 11 international organizations, research institutions, providing professional training for relevant personnel from 26 economies, has become the most dynamic forestry international organization in the Asia-Pacific region.