Aim or objectives for deforestation

The two basic aims of resource conservation are to reduce resource depletion and to preserve resources that are primarily used for future generations or posterity. Resource conservation entails both protection and responsible use of natural resources.

Major aim was to guarantee that trees were protected and conserved so that they could nourish biodiversity and rescue numerous creatures’ habitats. Their major goal was to keep an eye on deforestation and forest resource deterioration.

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