The surface temperature of the Earth has risen 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit since the late 1800s. The world is losing its glaciers, snow is becoming scarce, extreme weather is becoming more frequent, and sea levels are rising.
It’s now imperative that the human race acts to counter the impending crisis. Of all the possible countermeasures, battling deforestation is believed to be one of the easiest ways to lower CO2 emissions. Indeed, deforestation and global warming are intrinsically related. But how?