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The Value of the Forest

The Value of the Forest

Science News by NewsLook

 

What value does the forest have? It is absolutely vital – both for humanity and nature. It’s impossible to put a price tag on its value. But trees store CO2 – which is certainly measurable in terms of the climate. Global 3000 takes a closer look. Photo Credit: glennwilliamspdx via Flickr.

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Chris is the Managing Editor at NewsLook, an interactive news service providing premium video content from more than 50 international sources.

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2:07PM PST on Dec 11, 2013

save the forests, save life.....

1:25AM PDT on Apr 22, 2013

Thank you what a great article.

1:59PM PDT on Apr 21, 2013

Forests are the green gold of nature!

4:48AM PST on Dec 9, 2012

Thank you Chris, for Sharing this!

3:17AM PDT on Jul 23, 2012

Thank you

5:42PM PDT on Jul 22, 2012

If only humans intrinsically had this knowledge... we would not be facing a climate crisis nor would there be deserts!

4:11PM PDT on Jul 7, 2012

Thank you.

11:57PM PDT on Jun 19, 2012

Forests are crucial, and whatever incentives that can be given to preserve them is crucial!

9:18PM PDT on Jun 19, 2012

exactly .. forests are invaluable!!!!!!!

12:08PM PDT on Jun 18, 2012

forests are invaluable....beautiful, cleansing, relaxing, life-giving and saving, feeding, protecting, etc.....

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