Deforestation as a global problem

According to the World Wildlife Fund more than 30% of the Earth’s land surface is covered by forests. In the process of deforestation carbon dioxide is emitted back into atmosphere, which puts humanity in a dangerous situation.

We are forest-dependent

For over a billion people get their food, medicine and fuel from these forests. 250 million people live in forests and savannah areas, which they fully depend on when it comes to daily food supplies and earning money. Forests are the natural habitat for more than 80% of Earth’s land animals.

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While you are reading this

13 million hectares of forest have been converted for other uses or destroyed by natural causes. While you are reading this, almost 3 hectares have been cleared

Tropical Rainforests store more than 210 gigatons of carbon and deforestation is the cause of 15% of carbon emissions

Up to 28,000 species can go extinct in the next quarter century due to deforestation

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