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    EditTitle:THE REDWOOD
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    Edit Title 1:REESE WITHERSPOON IS
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    Edit Title 1:JULIA ROBERTS IS
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    Edit Title 1:HARRISON FORD IS
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    Edit Title 1:KEVIN SPACEY IS
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    Edit Title 1:EDWARD NORTON IS
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    Edit Title 1:PENELOPE CRUZ IS
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    Edit Title 1:IAN SOMERHALDER IS
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    Edit Title 1:LUPITA NYONG´O IS
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    Edit Title 1:LIAM NEESON IS
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    Section Info

    EditSection TitleThe Redwood speaks for all trees — why are they disappearing?
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    EditResult value:50%
    EditResult field:of forest lost
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    Deforestation and degradation
    Despite their immense value, nearly half of the world’s forests have been lost. What’s worse, we’re cutting them down at greater rates each year to plant crops, graze cattle and generate income from timber and other forest products — resulting in a net annual loss of 10 billion trees, or an area the size of Panama. At the current rate of deforestation, the world’s rainforests in particular could completely vanish in a hundred years.

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    Climate change
    Over hundreds of millions of years, forests have perfected the ability to capture carbon dioxide, including much of the extra carbon generated by human activities. When forests are cleared, however, they emit carbon back into the atmosphere, placing humanity on a dangerous collision course with the worst effects of climate change. About 11% of human-caused greenhouse gases comes from the cutting and burning of tropical forests — comparable to the emissions from all of the cars and trucks on Earth combined.

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    Biodiversity loss
    Forests are more than just a collection of trees — they are integrated ecosystems home to some of Earth’s most diverse life. A 2015 study found that for every 10% of forest loss in the Amazon, one to two major species are wiped out — and when those trees are felled in an area with only 43% of forest cover, the number of lost species jumps to eight. Unless urgent action is taken, some areas may suffer the loss of up to 44% of their species by 2030.

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    Keeping trees standing for the benefit of people everywhere

    For nearly 30 years, CI has helped to protect nearly 40 million hectares (154,000 square miles) of the world’s most important forests — an area larger than the state of Montana. We also recognize, however, that protected areas aren’t enough — that’s why we conduct science that helps us better understand the economic value of forests, work with communities to test new ways of conservation that provide more benefits to people, and support governments to promote sustainable forest management.

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    EditCaption Title:Java’s last remaining forests
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    EditImage Alt Text:Alto Mayo Protected Forest, Peru
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    EditImage Alt Text:The forest in Manú National Park
    EditCaption Title:REDD+: Saving Forests to Keep Our Climate Safe
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    EditImage Alt Text:Essequibo River, Guyana
    EditCaption Title:Amapá: A new development model for the Amazon
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    HOW CAN YOU HELP THE REDWOOD?


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    EditNewsletter Title:Join Us
    EditNewsletter Message:We protect forests around the world. Join our email list and receive updates about these vital efforts.
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    EditNewsletter Confirmation Message Text:We can't protect the planet without your support​
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    EditSection Title:More About Conservation International
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            EditTweet Text:“I’ve seen just about everything.” — Robert Redford is the Redwood. #NatureIsSpeaking @ConservationOrg
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