What Can We Expect If The Boreal Forest Keeps Declining?
The largest forests on Earth are declining, thanks to rising global temperatures.By Evan Thomas | August 23, 2015
The Boreal forest, also known as the Taiga, accounts for roughly 30 percent of the planet’s forested area, across three continents.
It’s also in trouble. While humans live in and move through it, their impact is generally low.
Climate researchers working on a new forestry study say the bigger problem comes from our warming planet.