AFRICA’S MOST TRUSTED SUPPLIER
OF TREATED WOODEN POLES
AFRICA’S MOST TRUSTED
SUPPLIER OF TREATED
WOODEN POLES

 

 

7 interesting facts about why forest and tree genetic diversity is important

by Website Administrator on October 07, 2015

World Hardwood has shared the following infographic and article originally published by CGIAR.

Although often ignored, forest genetic resources matter for everything from food, to the environment and adapting to climate change. Here are 7 interesting facts about why forest and tree genetic diversity is important:

  1. It is not just about the forest but also the trees
  2. Forest loss and forest tree species? genetic erosion go hand in hand
  3. Trees as sources of food, fuel wood and livelihoods
  4. All species originated somewhere ? Centres of diversity harbor valuable resources
  5. Genetic diversity makes trees resistant to climate change
  6. DNA can be used to crack down on illegal logging
  7. Sustainably increasing production through the use of genetic diversity of trees

You can read more here.  

 

Importance of forest and tree genetic diversity is important  

World Hardwood is a timber business that harvests, processes and pressure treats wooden poles for the domestic and international markets.