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The world's remaining forests might be in bigger trouble than we thought

Felled tree is seen in the Rapides-Grah's classy forest where cocoa's illegal farmers used to live, in Soubre, Ivory Coast March 7, 2020. Picture taken March 7, 2020.

The Forest Landscape Integrity Index is the first-of-its-kind Image: REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon.

Liz Kimbrough
Journalist, Mongabay
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The Forest Landscape Integrity Index for 2019
The Forest Landscape Integrity Index Image: Grantham et al. Nature Communications (2020)
The Forest Landscape Integrity Index
Forest quality in the east of North America varies significantly. Image: Forest Landscape Integrity Index
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