US southern forests face bleak future, but is sprawl or the paper industry to blame?

Mongabay: More people, less forests: that’s the conclusion of a US Forest Service report for forests in the US South. The report predicts that over the next 50 years, the region will lose 23 million acres (9.3 million hectares) largely due to urban sprawl and growing populations amid other factors

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US southern forests face bleak future, but is sprawl or the paper industry to blame?

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