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HELP DANCOVER PLANTING TREES IN MADAGASCAR

We have now planted over 70.000 trees in Zambia and Myanmar and are moving on to another important climate project - this time Tent4trees are part of a tree-planting project in Madagascar in cooperation with the Eden Reforestation Project. Every time you buy a product from Dancover, you help planting more mangrove trees in Madagascar where restoring mangrove estuaries in Mahajanga has been going on for several years with great results.

WHY MADAGASCAR?

Madagascar is one of the world’s top biodiversity conservation priorities because of its endemic species and severe habitat loss rates. More than 90% of Madagascar's primary forests are destroyed, impacting people living in extreme poverty the most. The destruction of the mangrove estuaries along the coastline has caused mudflats to wash into the ocean, destroying once-productive fisheries and increasing the vulnerability of coastal communities to hurricanes, tsunamis, and floods. In the dry deciduous forests, deforestation threatens one of the world’s rarest and most diverse forest systems.

MANGROVES OR THE ‘MIRACLE TREE’

Mangroves can protect shorelines from erosion, as well as protecting lives and properties from extreme weather. These coastal forests serve as nurseries for local fish, underpinning livelihoods and nutrition for communities. Mangroves are also the most incredible carbon store – they store up to four times as much carbon as other tropical forests, including rainforests!

OUR CONCEPT TENTS4TREES

Under the concept Tents4trees, Dancover is now part of a project restoring mangrove estuaries in Mahajanga in North West Madagascar. In cooperation with Eden Reforestation Projects, we help to restore the coastal forests to prevent further erosion to protect low-lying farmland and protect the food supply for the population of Madagascar.

THE GOALS OF THE PROJECT:

YOUR CERTIFICATE

When you buy one or more tents from Dancover, you receive a personal certificate showing information about the specific reforestation project. Together we can make a difference!

CARBON CALCULATION

Mangroves are incredible for storing carbon – they store up to four times as much carbon as other tropical forests, including rainforests. Two mangrove trees sequester up to 1 ton of Co2.

Past projects

50.000 trees planted in Myanmar in 2020/2021

Myanmar is the poorest country in ASEAN (Association of South-East Asian Nations), severely threatened by global warming. Myanmar has a population of 55 million people - app. 25 % or more live below the poverty line. Myanmar has already lost over 1 million ha mangrove forest since 1980 and is rapidly losing most of its mangrove forests, with only 16% left. Myanmar is therefore very vulnerable to climate change. Low-lying paddy fields have already been abandoned due to sea-level rise with salt intrusion. Over 60% of the country’s rice production comes from this region.

The goals of the project:

20.000 trees planted in Luanshya district in Zambia in 2019/2020

In Zambia, poverty and environmental degradation are closely linked. Indeed, Zambia is one of the world’s poorest countries and has one of the highest rates of deforestation. In the Copperbelt province, large numbers of miners have been forced into charcoal production after the collapse of the mining industry, leading to even more deforestation.

Restoring the Miombo woodlots

Dancover has become part of the effort to restore Miombo woodlots, supporting sustainable socio-economic development and promoting a market for a green alternative to charcoal. The Miombo woodland is a unique African environment and important habitat for wildlife. By employing assisted natural regeneration of Miombo woodlots (plots of native woodland on farms) and introducing economic activities such as bioenergy and honey production, local communities can restore their forests. Thus, the farmer population benefits from diversified jobs, higher incomes and new skills. In short, we help locally and globally at the same time by planting trees, which over time will store Co2.

The goals of the project:

Carbon calculation

In the Copperbelt province, the aboveground biomass in Miombo woodlands can store an average of 145.4 tons of CO2 per hectare after 20 years.

Dancover has now planted our tree no.
80745

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