Agrifood and aggro-tech development society manbazari

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Registered in 2020 Agrifood and aggrotech development society is a West Bengal based NGO. Since its inception it has worked for causes like Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Art & Culture, Children, Drinking Water, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Food Processing, Health & Family Welfare, Information & Communication Technology, Labour & Employment, Legal… Continue reading Agrifood and aggro-tech development society manbazari

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Sachin Sengar

Registered in 2020 Agrifood and aggrotech development society is a West Bengal based NGO. Since its inception it has worked for causes like Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Art & Culture, Children, Drinking Water, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Food Processing, Health & Family Welfare, Information & Communication Technology, Labour & Employment, Legal Awareness & Aid, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Science & Technology, Sports, Vocational Training, Youth Affairs. With this project, they wish to raise awareness about deforestation its contribution to climate change by running a plantation drive.

 

Social benefits:

  •  Builds community spirit and unity.
  • Educates communities about the benefits of trees and nature.
  • Brings economic benefits to an area by reducing green-space maintenance costs and by raising house prices on aesthetic grounds.
  • Positive impact on mental health and wellbeing, reducing stress and encouraging outdoor activities.
  • Reduces green space maintenance costs
  • Provides food; Apples, Pears, Cherry’s, Plums
  • Increases pollinator numbers

 

Environmental benefits:

  • Removes and stores Carbon from the air.
  • Reduces flood risk
  • Creates wildlife habitat
  • Provides oxygen
  • Cleans the air, absorbs odours and pollutants
  • Prevents soil erosion
  • Trees benefit the soil conditions
  • Reduces pollutants

 

Other benefits: 

  • Works as a tool for engaging the community.
  • Improved aesthetics
  • Provides shade
  • As well as combatting air pollution, trees have a role in combatting the negative impact of noise pollution. A major effect of urbanisation, transport and industrialisation, noise is not just annoying for humans – it can have a devastating effect on wildlife.
  • Not only can the noise pollution caused by humans interfere with an animal’s sonar and navigation systems, it can disrupt whole ecosystems. 
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