September 27, 2022

The Korea Forest Service said Thursday that South Korea has seen the world’s most prominent development rate in the volume of trees in the course of recent years, as indicated by a report declared at a meeting hung on Monday by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization’s Committee on Forestry.

UN FAO COFO’s biennial meeting is one of the world’s greatest ranger service occasions that unites heads of timberland administrations and other senior government authorities to share the consequences of their endeavors in woods the executives.

As per the UN FAO COFO’s report “Woods Futures in the Asia-Pacific Region,” which was additionally the discussion subject of the meeting on Monday, Korea saw an expansion of 196 percent in the normal volume of trees planted per hectare from 1990 to 2015, trailed by Poland, Denmark, England, Slovenia and Japan.

As far as increment in the sheer volume, Korea positioned third by recording an expansion of 98 cubic meters for every ha from 50 cubic meters for each ha to 148 cubic meters for every ha, trailed by Belgium and England, which recorded an increment 86 cubic meters for each ha and 75 cubic meters for every ha, individually.