Original and the best: nothing beats primary forests for biodiversity
Laurance, Bill (2011) Original and the best: nothing beats primary forests for biodiversity. The Conversation. 1-4.
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We live in an age of vanishing rainforests. Half of the world's tropical forests have disappeared since World War II and roughly another 10 million hectares are being felled each year — the equivalent of 40 football fields every minute. It's a bit of a no-brainer to say this is bad for biodiversity…
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