Trees Cultivation to lessen impact Global Warming

by Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)

Summary

This project will cultivate a forest of 1 million trees that has been destroyed in some areas in Indonesia to lessen the impact generated by global warming.
$11,400
total raised
87
donors
0
monthly donors
8
years active

Challenge

Climate change that have swept our planet has an impact on many natural disasters that happened on our earth. And one way to tackle climate change it is with a lot of planting trees to maintain the balance of nature. The project will require mango tree seeds, nephelium tree (lychee) seeds, teak tree seeds, maintenance costs, and manure. This project will also aim to save the earth from erosion and excessive sun damage.

Solution

And one way to tackle climate change it is with a lot of planting trees to maintain the balance of nature.

Long-Term Impact

About 1 million trees will be planted and 50 volunteers will get new jobs to care for the forest.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

http:/​/​www.puspem.org
PUSPEM Foundation Website

Organization Information

Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)

Location: Bogor, West Java - Indonesia
Website: http:/​/​www.puspem.or.id
Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)
Project Leader:
Andi Asriadi Rauf
Leader of Puspem Foundation
Bogor, West Java Indonesia

Funded Project!

Thanks to 87 donors like you, a total of $11,400 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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