It’s hard to speculate about a hypothetical situation, but in my opinion, yes we would still be talking about global warming. If all of the rainforests were still intact today, there might not be as much warming because the trees would absorb excess carbon dioxide. But with the amount of pollutants we are putting into the atmosphere, there would most likely still be some amount of warming, leading to melting ice caps and changing weather patterns.
Unfortunately, the current state of our rainforests is only one part of the global warming problem. Other human-related factors such as mass-produced agriculture and animal farming would still contribute to global warming and would continue to be a problem until they were resolved as well.
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