Stat of the week: Papua New Guinea has an estimated 35.9 million hectares of forest

 

Did you know? Papua New Guinea has an estimated 35,855,760 million hectares of forest.

 

Did you know? For millions of people across the world, wood helps provide safe drinking water, food and shelter - but wood can do much more and is a renewable resource when forests are managed sustainably. (source: United Nations)

 

Sustainable Development Goal 15 - Life on Land

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