Earth Day 2016: Tree tale

The conflict between humans and trees has become starker. Since humans have pushed trees out of conducive habitats, trees can now be seen growing in dry regions such as the American West

Last Updated: Friday 22 April 2016 | 05:25:38 AM

Infographics: Raj Kumar Singh; Analysis: Rajit Sengupta (Data source: Mapping tree density at a global scale report, published in
Nature on September 10, 2015)

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