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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 15: Life on Land

Organizations relating to Trees

Trees for Life International / Wichita KS, USA / Est. 1984
European Arboricultural Council / Bad Honnef, Germany / Est. 1993
International Willow Collectors / Nashville TN, USA / Est. 1988
Tree Aid / Bristol, UK / Est. 1987
Plant a Tree in Africa / Swindon, UK
International Teak Information Network / Thrissur, India / Est. 1995
Trees for the Future / Silver Spring MD, USA / Est. 1989
CEDAR Fund / Hong Kong, Hong Kong / Est. 1991
Green Belt Movement / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1977
International Dendrology Society / Kington, UK / Est. 1952
International Society of Arboriculture / Champaign IL, USA / Est. 1924
International Poplar Commission / Rome, Italy / Est. 1947
Ancient Tree Forum / Bristol, UK / Est. 1993
International Tree Foundation / Oxford, UK / Est. 1924
Tree of Peace Society / Hogansburg NY, USA / Est. 1984
International Oak Society / Petersburg IL, USA / Est. 1985
Oak Foundation / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1983
Food and Trees for Africa / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 1990
Trees On-Farm Network / Nairobi, Kenya
International Society for Mangrove Ecosystems / Okinawa, Japan / Est. 1990
International Fruit Trees Association / Fishertown PA, USA / Est. 1958
Latin American Network against Monoculture Tree Plantations
Tree-Ring Society / Fort Collins CO, USA / Est. 1935
Association for Tree-Ring Research / Wageningen, Netherlands / Est. 2002
EverGreen Agriculture Partnership / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 2012

View all profiles (31 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Trees

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened mangrove wetland habitats
Threatened dwarf-shrubland habitats
Destruction of hedges and hedgerow trees
Threatened tropical humid forest biome
Inappropriate tree plantations
Forest decline
Threatened broad-leaved deciduous woodland habitats
Pests and diseases of deciduous fruit
Threatened shrubland habitats
Threatened cool temperate wet forest habitats
Pests and diseases of trees
Threatened tropical dry forest habitats
Threatened urban trees
Pests and diseases of oak
Threatened ecosystems of Mediterranean sclerophyll woodland
Threatened trees
Pests and diseases of chestnut

Action Strategies relating to Trees

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting coastal wetlands
Planting fast-growing trees
Planting trees
Managing non-timber forest resources
Planting productive fruit trees
Practicing silviculture
Planting exotic plant species
Conserving Mexican pine-oak forest ecoregion
Promoting environmentally friendly paper products
Protecting trees
Farming with multipurpose tree species
Creating tree plantations
Using forested resources
Preserving old growth forests
Using tree-based subsistence farming
Conserving Greater Antillean pine forest ecoregion
Conserving Eastern Himalayan broadleaf and conifer forest ecoregion
Conserving East African acacia savannah ecoregion
Conserving southeastern conifer and broadleaf forest ecoregion
Conserving Klamath-Siskiyou coniferous forest ecoregion
Conserving Sierra Nevada conifer forest ecoregion
Protecting hedges and hedgerow trees
Growing olive trees
Destroying hedges and hedgerow trees
Educating about trees

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