There’s 60% less forest on Earth for every human compared to over half a century ago

Science & Tech

In 1960, there were 1.4 hectares of forest for each human; now, there are only 0.5, according to researchers from Japan. Image via Pixabay. We don’t get to see much of the forest these days, mainly because most of us reading this live in a highly urbanized landscape in towns or cities. But it’s also…

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