Opinion: Regenerate forests and save humanity

Biodiverse rainforest cleared for commercial kava production in Fiji (Richard Markham)

“The era of global boiling has arrived,” UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, recently warned. It looks as if the climate change tipping point has been activated and all hands are required on deck to mitigate the worst of climate change impacts. Attention is increasingly turning toward forest nations to conserve and regenerate forests and save humanity.

Human influence is the dominant cause of observed warming. Three key factors contributing to climate change since the mid-20th Century are, population growth, affluence, and technological advancement. 

Historically, cumulative emissions have been distributed amongst developed countries and . . .

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