Why are tropical rainforests being destroyed at a faster rate than temperate rainforests, when temperate rainforests have much richer soil?



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    Because its cheaper to exploit a verdant rain-forest in a country with a weak economy than it is to clear-cut a forest in a developed country with a stronger economy like the U.S. Beyond that the Bureau of Land Management and the National Parks Service under it regulate how forestlands can be used.

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