In jungles, everywhere is special. Host to a staggering array of species, they are the oldest and most diverse ecosystems on our planet.What can you do?
A myriad of micro-worlds, our jungles contain a bewildering diversity of life, all intricately linked. Life here has evolved to fit every niche, but due to deforestation they're disappearing faster than anywhere on earth. And once we lose any part of our jungles, we may lose species forever. We don’t need to clear any more of our jungles, so we need to manage and protect what we have left.
Costa Rica uses fossil fuel taxes to pay landowners to preserve and regrow forests and jungles. As a result forest cover increased by 150% between 1987-2019. And it's still increasing.
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In jungles, everywhere is special. Host to a staggering array of species, they are the oldest and most diverse ecosystems on our planet.
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