The loss of forests has far-reaching consequences for both the environment and human societies. Forests are critical for the planet, providing habitat for wildlife, storing carbon, and regulating local climates. They also play an essential role in the global water cycle, releasing water vapor into the atmosphere and helping precipitation. So what’s causing it and what can we do about it?
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