Future of the Environment

30% of all tree species are at risk of extinction

440 tree species have fewer than 50 individuals left in the wild. Image: REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil

Oliver Griffin

Correspondent, Reuters

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Crop production, timber logging and livestock farming are the top three threats tree species face. Image: BGCI: State of the World’s Trees
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