I believe that, although there are programs successfully reforesting temperate regions, rainforest deforestation is actually increasing overall, since lush rainforest soil and tropical ecosystems are so valuable to farmers and ranchers. This is bad news because rainforests are especially efficient at soaking up carbon dioxide and heat (dark leaves of tropical plants absorb more heat than lighter temperate leaves), which prevents global warming and cools the planet. Also, the net destruction of rainforest releases billions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year, contributing to global warming and climate change.
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