What’s wrong with planting new forests? – BBC News

What’s wrong with planting new forests? – BBC News
What’s wrong with planting new forests? – BBC News
You might be surprised to hear that Forest there has been increasing in many parts of the world, but it’s a big fat going on scientific opinion is divided on whether foresteria worldwide is increased in recent decades. What is a big differences between regions and read between 1982 and 2016? You can see that that were big losses in tropical areas such as the Amazon and Rainforest in Africa and Southeast Asia, deforestation to make space farming, but many other reasons so far is games. The biggest war in Europe, China and the US an easy fix Solutions of harmful consequences of deforestation. To understand why rainforest in Indonesia thirsty tree density of carbon dioxide play host to many endangered species of animals and plants, but it’s in these rich tropical regions with deforestation continues to be most severe by growing new ones. Still reforestation is generally seen as beneficial important change. In some cases, planting trees, weather window for us to begin with, such as grasslands, damage existing ecosystems in the wrong type of trees, can have unforeseen consequences which is taking the lead in planting new trees. A scheme that starts in the 1970s has led to billions of trees being planted in the dry north of the country to stop peasants reading. However, some of the tree species use early on would not well suited and climate. I let the water shortages retrieve dying for a lack of water experts say that reforestation has the greatest chance of success if it is sensitive to local environments. Support Forest so are generally good thing. It’S important to keep in mind. Ecosystems are complex that it matters where and how, crucially, the damage caused by natural Forest, especially in the Hamilton BB outweighed by growing new ones,
Forest area has been increasing in some parts of the world, but deforestation is continuing at speed in others. Can the trees we are planting make up for those that are being cut down?

Reality Check’s Jack Goodman takes a look.

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