Impacts triggered by global warming and climate change are terribly on the rise across the world on which global peoples cannot be able to avoid such kinds of terrible impacts. They do not have any spare lands where they may safely evade gradually enlarging the areas of global warming and climate change.
But, those global countries and global people are able to defy aforesaid impacts by saving the freshwater and conserving forests so as to stop the degradation of the environment. To be able to do so, they have to efficiently consume freshwater on a daily basis while participating in nurturing saplings to be used in the establishment of more and more forests and conserving the existing forests not to be depleted.
If so, their activities will be a drive to directly or indirectly reduce the impacts of climate change. Consequently, relieving climate change will help save the life of global peoples as well as grant the life of new generations. As such, global peoples are to disseminate their knowledge about nurturing and protecting forests to new generations with farsightedness to prevent deterioration of the planet Earth as much as possible.
Globally, the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals for the sake of the global peoples. Forests play a crucial role in poverty alleviation and in the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. It is because forests can give food, clothing, and shelter to people at different levels, helping the improvement of their socioeconomic life.
For example, a glass of water can make a great change in the world with the growth of trees. It is because a glass of water can change the situation of forests which can control the natural environment based on climate change which brings warming to the globe day by day. The efficient use of a glass of water can be a drive for ensuing lush and green forest areas. If so, global peoples can avoid unprecedented deforestation.
The International Day of Forests is marked on 21 March, in accord with the resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on 28 November 2013. The United Nations Forum on Forests and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in collaboration with relevant governments, the collaborative partnership on forests, and other relevant organizations have been holding the commemorative International Day of Forests on a yearly basis. This year, the theme for International Day of Forests was set as the Forest and Health both of which cannot be separable for the interests of global peoples.