Evidence of declining tropical forest ‘unreliable’

The estimates of declining tropical forest area on which many researchers rely are too flawed to give a clear picture, according to a study by Leeds University.1 Regrowth may have offset much of the deforestation since the 1970s, but another study has shown this cannot fully restore biodiversity.

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