Forests are intrinsically linked to human well-being.

Forests provide water storage systems that supply an estimated 75% of usable water globally.

Around one-third of the world’s largest cities obtain a significant proportion of drinking water directly from forests in protected areas.

Forest cover and vegetation along rivers and streams improve the quantity and quality of water available for irrigation.

Forests are vital in maintaining the soil and water base, providing optimal environments for agriculture and crop growth.

Healthy trees and forests support natural filtration in streams, decreasing the amount of pollutants that reach local water resources.

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