We've destroyed more than 50% of the world's forests in last 1 minute relatively

Is there in fact time to reverse / fix the situation or has the Earth already passed the tipping point ?

Please pause for 2 minutes and think.

The Earth is 4.6 billion years old.

Scaling 4.6 billion to 46 years, we’ve been here 4 hours and our Industrial Revolution began just 1 minute ago.

In that time we’ve destroyed more than 50% of the world’s forests in last 1 minute

This is not sustainable.

Climate change has become a world wide business all of its own with governments and countries jumping on the bandwagon. You have to question whether they have a genuine belief in improving the situation, and even reversing the trend, while repairing and rejuvenating the massive damage sustained.

Unfortunately, you cannot blame people for being cynical about their motives. And is there in fact time to make such changes or has the Earth already passed the tipping point?

Whatever the answers or the eventual outcome, we all have to make the effort to live more naturally. There is no alternative.

Forest are one of the largest sinks for CO2 ( absorbs roughly 25% of green house gases emitted) and save the world from global warming.

Humans are foolish to cut the branch on which they are sitting.