Harsh practices like slash and burn, logging, invasive species and urban sprawl can negatively affect the world's most promising travel attractions. Learn more about what you can do!

 

Many national parks around the world are filled with high concentrations of trees, and while these forests seem to have too many of a number to have the possibility to be completely wiped out from the face of the planet, it is a sad truth that countless of these woods have been inevitably affected by unfavorable anthropogenic factors.
 
Watch this video initiated by the World Resources Institute, which describes how they travel the world to protect the forests. The clip is described in the following text,
 
Learn about the services forests provide to humans and human pressures threatening forests. Travel around the world to see how WRI is working to protect, manage, and restore the world's forests.

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