Rainforests once covered 14% of Earth’s land. Today, they cover only six. This is why.
The rainforest is our planet’s most valuable resource — and our future depends on it. This WORLD RAINFOREST DAY, learn about the threats the rainforest is facing due to climate change and what we can do to stop it.
Rainforests are the lungs and lifeblood of our planet, spanning across the tropical regions of our planet and covering 6% of our Earth. The rainforest is home to over 40 million unique species. Without the rainforest, our chances of preventing further damage from climate change will become impossible.