Global Tree Loss Can’t Hide From These Cloud-Piercing Radar Satellites | Mashable



Primary rainforest destruction increased by 12 percent between 2019-2020, an acceleration that was unexpected during a year when most of the world was forced to slow down to a near halt.

One of the most effective ways to combat deforestation and tree loss, it turns out, is surveillance – using a variety of satellite sensors that can see even a single tree removal anywhere on the globe.

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