Forest Cover & Change
This map shows global 12-year annual forest loss and gain from Global Forest Watch in partnership with World Resources Institute. The data is the result of time-series analysis by University of Maryland Department of Geographical Sciences of 654,178 Landsat 7 ETM+ images in characterizing global forest extent and change from 2000 through 2012.
Global Reforestation Projects
Our Network of PrintReleaf Certified Global Reforestation Projects
Our Brazil project is located in the state of Sao Paulo in the 60 million-year-old Atlantic Forest. The forest spans across the eastern coastline of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay and is one ...View Profile ›
Deforestation and poverty are devastating global problems which can’t be solved in isolation. Desperate to feed their families, poor farmers in many parts of the world are driven to cut down t...View Profile ›
Located in a little known state in north east India called Meghalaya (‘The Abode of the Clouds’ in Sanskrit) the East Khasi Hills form part of the Meghalaya subtropical forests ecoregion. Mini...View Profile ›
With native woodland circa at 1% of the surface area of Ireland, it has become vitally important not only to create new native woodlands for the future, but also to link existing fragments of ...View Profile ›
Madagascar, due to its isolation from the rest of the world, has tremendous biodiversity and high rates of endemic species. 80% of the species of Madagascar are endemic to that country. That ...View Profile ›
Deforestation and poverty are devastating global problems which can’t be solved in isolation. Desperate to feed their families, poor farmers in Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico are driven to cut dow...View Profile ›
Located in South Dakota, the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is an Oglala Lakota Native American Reservation encompassing 3,468.85 square miles and is the eighth-largest reservation in the Unite...View Profile ›
Our Forestry Partners
Our network of Global Forestry Partners includes world-class organizations like Eden Projects, NuaTree, Plant With Purpose, Trees, Water & People, and WeForest to certifiably plant trees to offset paper consumption. In an ongoing effort to secure future forest capacity, we are always looking for reputable and experienced reforestation organizations to expand our network of projects. If your reforestation organization is interested in joining our global network of projects, please apply to join PrintReleaf below.
Strategic Approach to Forestry
PrintReleaf's approach to forestry begins with incorporating data and science through our integration with Global Forest Watch – a platform hosted and managed by the World Resources Institute.
Global Forest Watch is a dynamic platform which collects data through satellite imaging and ground intelligence to represent forest cover, loss, and gain around the world. Through this integration, we can identify those parts of the world that have been most significantly deforested or degraded. In turn, we work with our PrintReleaf Certified™ forestry partners to route our reforestation efforts in these areas of the world where reforestation may provide the most environmental and social impact.
We welcome you to explore our network of PrintReleaf Certified™ Global Forestry Projects by interfacing with our map of projects and respective profiles to learn more about the environmental and social impacts and benefits PrintReleaf provides.
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