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This is what your happiness and prosperity mean for forests

Studies have shown that woodland forests have increased in size in high income nations. Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE)

Adam Jezard

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Forests increase in relation to development and not just carbon emissions, study says. Image: REUTERS/Yves Herman

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