Why our forests are so precious

Clive Blazey introduces Jared Diamond’s book, ‘Collapse’, and its significance to our declining  forests.

Why our forests are so precious

Forests should become a vital part of our national psyche as they have for both the Japanese and the Germans.

Former German chancellor Kohl said they are “of inestimable importance for the water cycle, for our climate, for our health and for our recreation”.

Forests play a major role in the recycling of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. Planetar...

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