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According to the 2012 Global Forest Watch report, US forest cover is about 60% greater in mature forests, 20% greater in younger forests, and 25% greater in mixed forest areas. Apec sees at least 30 million acres of degraded or degraded forest lost each year around the world, and these areas contribute more than $15,000 to global CO 2 emissions.

According to Apec forest management models, the global forest cover of forested areas that remain largely intact has an estimated value of $34,100,000,000 annually. Apec estimates that this level could increase to a level of $49,150,000,000 by 2100 (see Figure 5).

In the short and medium run, conservationists may need to accelerate conservation through a variety of means, including increasing agricultural productivity, protectinXO 카지노g forests against illegal logging, and protecting landscapes that are not currently forested.

Apec’s most direct means for increasing productivity involve바카라 사이트s increasing the use of renewable resources for irrigation. For example, Apec’s research indicates that by 2050, it estimates that about 5% of US land will need to be replaced with non-grazing “rooted crop fields,” which will increase yields and promote food production.

But when we ask our governments to adopt measures that support both of these goals—to protect forested ecosystems while simultaneously decreasing their carbon 이천출장샵 이천안마footprint—we may face a difficult balancing act. It is important to stress that the future of our lands and forests depends on both of these processes.

As stated before, Apec’s primary goal is to reduce the global carbon emissions that contribute to global climate change, while also promoting better land management practices in areas where deforestation and other negative impacts are taking place.

We must also ensure that we protect forested areas that already are, through the use of technologies including the following:

Reducing the use of traditional practices such as timber-clearing and slash-and-burn;

Reducing tree-destruction; and

Reducing runoff for water use.

The Apec Forum provides a place to discuss the problems associated with deforestation, and can help promote dialogue around the problems of the world’s forests.

Federico Caponnetto is Executive Director of the Apec Forum; Professor and Head of the Program on Global Forestry at Princeton University; Senior Research Associate at Yale University; and Director of the Forest and Land Environmen