The Amazon, Congo and South East Asian forests on the the other hand?Sonny Blount wrote: ↑Thu Jan 28, 2021 6:58 amThe UK has tripled its forest cover in the past 100 years. It is currently at its highest level of forest cover in 1000 years.Sensible Stephen wrote: ↑Thu Jan 28, 2021 5:43 amSince 1980, how much has the worlds forested areas reduced by?Sonny Blount wrote: ↑Thu Jan 28, 2021 5:32 am There isn't a resource shortage.
Each new human born creates access to more resources, hence the prices for most things are declining.
Since 1980 the abundance of commodities has risen 500% in terms of work hours required to purchase them.
https://www.humanprogress.org/the-simon ... ndex-2020/
Once countries cross $4500 GDP they start to increase their forest cover. Increase wealth in order to increase forest coverage.
https://www.humanprogress.org/economic- ... e-forests/
H0w about little old NZ, a group of islands that's a little larger than the UK. How's its forests doing compared to the last 200 years, let alone 1000?