Forests of the World

Our forests are depleting at an alarming rate. 90% of the land based animals and plant life in the world live in our forests, 1.6 billion people depend on our forests for their livelihood and one third of the world’s surface is covered in them. This infographic gives you an overview of some of the essential data about the forests of the world.

Forests of the World

Infographic by Crowe Sawmills.

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