No. It’s estimated that in some places of South East Asia, up to 88% of the rainforest has been lost due to economic exploitation. This compares to about 12% of glacier loss over the last decade from studies conducted on glaciers in Zurich, Switzerland. A further, harrowing statistic estimates that 85% of the Amazonian Rainforest will be lost by 2150, according to a new computer model.
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