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Trees are a different thing than a forest. Forest is an ecosystem
Trees don't really need to be planted or managed all that much. They mostly just spring up.
As the world goes on, evidently less and less people understand this. By 2030, when I am likely dead, there will be nobody to understand this.
has been for at least two decades. This isn't 1960
But I do mean as part of an ecosystem. Only "managed" trees aren't. Trees naturally come last.
This isn't 1960.
Over there you probably had pirate capitalism in 1960's. Over here it started in 1990, while 1960 was comparatively ecological paradise.
And don't get me started on how Western companies behave as soon as they get their hands on something outside the borders of their home country.
Speaking of Portugal, the country with by far the most wildfires in Europe:
"A government study between 2003 and 2013 found most of the fires are started deliberately set or are due to negligence or accidents."
Goals are goals, not predictions.
Quote from: Frenzie on 2020-09-29, 10:40:38Goals are goals, not predictions. Well, yeah, pardon my French. What's the other word for loudly hyped utterly failed goals?
So the only utterly failed goals from the first set are 1B (employment actually went down from 2000 to 2015), and 7A/7B (failed to fully protect nature).
leaving the more important goals hidden from view.
Quote from: ersi on 2020-09-29, 14:09:20leaving the more important goals hidden from view.Which are?
The ecological goals, those that actually make up sustainable development. Those in front view in the table are mostly socio-economic goals, more to do with quality of life for humans, less to do with sustainability.
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