Nigerian institute gets Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environment Protection
HONOURED: Madeeha bint Ahmed Al Shibaniyah, Oman's minister of education, left, hands over the Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environment Protection to the representative of the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria in Budapest, Hungary, on Thursday.
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#1 Nov 20, 2011
For every tree felled in the Nigerian forests the lumberjack has to grow four trees. This would prevent soil erosion, scarcity of wood and scarcity of food for animals living in the forests. This can also lead to climate changes. As well as growing new trees , more research has to be undertaken to sustain the survival of the fittest.
Ms Nike Newton.
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