A Brief Review on Species Diversity, Regeneration and Conservation in Ethiopia
Received Date: Sep 03, 2021 / Accepted Date: Sep 17, 2021 / Published Date: Sep 27, 2021
Ethiopia is one of the world's countries with abundant biological resources. Natural vegetation is one of these resources. Forests provide livelihoods for millions of people in our country by providing a variety of products in many parts of the country. Forests and trees have a direct association with forest and trees. There are groups that live within or next to forested territory and derive their livelihood directly from the forest, particularly in underdeveloped nations like Ethiopia. Forests are essential for human survival, health, happiness, and enjoyment. Forests provide raw materials for both wooden and non-wooden items, as well as space for human settlements and cultivation. Excessive exploitation of natural forests in Ethiopia without minimal repair. Because there is a conservation and management issue that needs to be addressed in order to restore the currently exploited forest. Their diversity and area coverage, on the other hand, are rapidly dwindling. The greatest dangers to increased woody diversity loss are deforestation, agriculture, invasive species, and land degradation. Ethiopia, for example, has been severely impacted by these variables, resulting in desertification, poverty, and the loss of natural resources.
To address these issues, forestation and conservation measures have been implemented. As a result, sustainable forest management has been a major focus in our country in order to relieve and lessen forest pressure. Its goal is to ensure that all forest-derived applications fulfill current needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to meet their own needs. The goal of sustainable forest management is to achieve a balance of social, economic, and environmental goals.
Keywords: Ethiopia; Threat; Diversity; Regeneration
Citation: Hussein A (2021) A Brief Review on Species Diversity, Regeneration and Conservation in Ethiopia. J Earth Sci Clim Change 12: 586. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000586
Copyright: © 2021 Hussein A. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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