Around the world, forests are facing unprecedented ferocity of fire seasons which are exacerbated due to climate change. In the latest IPCC report “Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability”, released yesterday, it is stated that wildfires are blazing larger areas than ever before in many regions, leading to irreversible alteration to the landscape.
The International Day of Forests is a global celebration which is held annually on 21st March to raise awareness on the importance of all types of forests for current and future generations. The theme for the International Day of Forests 2021 is “Forest Restoration: a path to recovery and well-being.”
En Novembre 2020, Hugo Fernandez, étudiant en troisième année de licence européenne de communication et d’information à Toulouse a réalisé cette interview avec la responsable de la communication de SAFERS, Maha AL-SALEHI du SEMIDE :