World Growth International: Forestry Reduces Emissions and Promotes Economic Growth

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It’s not exactly breaking news that deforestation is hurting the environment – Greenpeace and the WWF have been saying this for years – but a new report by World Growth International states that expanding our forests is the key not only to cleaner air, but to stimulating economic growth as well.It’s not exactly breaking news that deforestation is hurting the environment – Greenpeace and the WWF have been saying this for years – but a new report (PDF available here) by World Growth International states that expanding our forests is the key not only to cleaner air, but to stimulating economic growth as well. In the Pro-Development program, World Growth outlines how our forests can potentially reduce human carbon emissions by 46%, as well as pump up the global economy by preserving forest health. While this does sound a bit too good to be true, the non-profit organization believes that their solution is the way to approach the troubling times ahead. Read more about their mission at their official site.

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