This question has already been answered by another member of the community. Please check out the link below. According to that person, trees cover about 9.6 billion acres of the Earth’s surface.
In 2005, the total amount of forests worldwide was just under 4 billion hectares. This is equal to about 30 percent of the land area on Earth. If every person on Earth were given an equal piece of forest, each person would have 0.62 of a hectare, which is about the size of a soccer field.
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