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The most recent chapter of the World Wildlife Foundation's Living Forests Report, Chapter 5: Saving Forests at Risks, identifies 11 deforestation fronts where more than 80% of global deforestation between 2010 and 2030 is expected to occur. Business-as-usual scenarios project a loss of forest area of up to 170 million hectares. Alan Crowe, owner of Crowe's Sawmills, has built an interactive StoryMap, "Forests Most at Risk of Deforestation," that visually tells the story of each of these 11 deforestation fronts, including background information about each forest and details about the rates of forest loss and unique pressures facing each forest.


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