Fueled by new funding, Flash Forest seeks to combat global deforestation head-on

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In just over 100 years, the World lost as much forest as it had in the last 9,000 years, according to a report by research and data firm Our World in Data. The report further showed that Earth loses an average of 26 million hectares of trees yearly — an alarming number by all metrics. To put it in context, that’s an area roughly the size of Mexico’s entire arable land, lost annually. Unfortunately, wildfires (mostly caused by human beings) are a leading cause of deforestation worldwide, accounting for over 30% of global deforestation rates. With wildfires damaging the global forest every year,…

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