Tag: Forgotten Forests

Dating back millions of years, the fruit and nut forests of Central Asia gave birth to some of the world's favorite snacks.

In Southern African, the miombo is a belt of expensive timber and African wildlife. But can it survive population growth?

Mapping the few remaining habitats of the Araucariaceae tree family, whose species have survived more than 200 million years.

The benefits of mangrove forests are often overlooked, despite the fact that they're some of the most biodiverse and carbon-rich landscapes on Earth.

Into the largely undocumented landscapes of karst forests, home to caves, dragons, edible nests and thousands of endemic species.

The dwelling grounds of jade, amber, elephants and teak, monsoon forests are the world's most threatened major forest type.

Landscape News' Forgotten Forests series explores the planet’s most precious – yet neglected – tropical forests, and why they must be remembered.