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Posted on September 4, 2014
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Infographic: World Intact Forest Landscapes, 2000-2013 Analysis

Posted on September 4, 2014
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Today Greenpeace, the University of Maryland, and Transparent World, in collaboration with WRI and WWF-Russia released new analysis on the state of the world’s Intact Forest Landscapes. The interactive infographic below, designed by Ilona Zhuravleva and the team at Greenpeace Insternational, demonstrates the concept of Intact Forest Landscapes as well as key findings from the analysis.

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