International Day of Forests. What is the state of the world’s forests?
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When it comes to caring for forests, it’s not only a matter of what forests can do for us, or what we can do for forests. Rather, both sides of the equation must be considered in equal measure. In honor of this year’s International Day of Forests on 21 March, Director General of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Robert Nasi gives Forests News a brief rundown on what’s happening in different forests around the world, the importance of private investment in restoration and CIFOR’s unique role in all of it.
Today, we’re marking the International Day of Forests. What is the state of the world’s forests? See the rest of the story at forestsnews.org
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