Good2Know: There Are More Trees on Earth than Stars in Our Galaxy. But...


A Study Shows the Influence of Man on Trees' Abundance

There are more than 3 trillion trees on Earth a study lead* by Yale University found. That means about 422 trees per person. Yet, since man inhabited the planet he managed to destroy almost 46 percent of the total number of the trees! And the process doesn't stop. Almost 15 billion trees diminish each year because of our actions... 

"Trees are among the most prominent and critical organisms on Earth, yet we are only recently beginning to comprehend their global extent and distribution," said Thomas Crowther, lead author of the study and a Yale Climate & Energy Institute post-doctoral fellow at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. "We have nearly halved the number of trees on the planet, and we've seen the impacts on climate and human health as a result…"

So, dear friends and colleagues, today we ask you a question: What are the most important measures we should do take in order to save Earth's lungs – the trees? Please, share your thoughts and comments below...

*Researchers from 15 countries took part in the study. You can read the full text on . Just click here.

Ask questions, find answers, and share your thoughts on climate change, biodiversity and our role as humans for causing and resolving the biggest problems that the world meets today by taking part in international scientific conference "Green Sciences for Green Life". It will be held in Vienna from 8th to 11th of December, 2020. For more information: 

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