It's important to note that the ecological benefits of reforestation can vary according to regional contexts, local biodiversity and specific environmental conditions. However, reforestation remains an essential approach to restoring and preserving ecosystems and biodiversity, while helping to mitigate climate change and improve environmental quality.
>Promoting ecosystem regeneration
Reforestationwith the MORFO method helps to restore degraded ecosystems by promoting the natural regeneration of vegetation and restoring natural habitats for local wildlife.
> Climate regulation
Forestsact as climate regulators by mitigating the effects of climate change, such as storms, droughts and floods.
>Protecting water resources
Forestsplay a crucial role in regulating water flows. They help prevent flooding and maintain a steady supply of water.
Treeroots help retain soil and prevent erosion, which is particularly important in areas where the soil has suffered extreme degradation.
Overtime, plant organisms decompose, forming organic matter and contributing to the formation of rich, fertile soil. As the soil develops, more and more plants become established.
>Improving air quality
Treesabsorb air pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides, ozone and fine particles, helping to improve air quality in woodland areas.
>Combating disease and invasive species
TheMORFO complete restoration method helps to prevent and counter disease and invasive species that can appear during single-species projects, for example.