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Britain’s Trees

by Jo Woolf National Trust, £12.99

Through means of satellite imagery and on-the-ground counting, scientists publishing in have estimated that there are approximately three trillion trees on the planet. Soberingly though, we currently lose some 1 billion trees a year to deforestation. Such

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