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The large rise in the Human population around the World has led to many governments deciding to do away with huge chunks of their natural forested habitat, in order to make way for new towns and cities, and for cheap farmland to service large multi-national corporations. There are still many areas of all continents which are densely forested, but the overall rate of de-forestation continues to rise globally, with the biggest forests in the World continually being eaten away from all angles.
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Data released by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations - August.2009
- Next data release unconfirmed, possibly late 2010 or early 2011
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The Most Forested European Countries
  Country World Rank Forest area [km2] [1] % of land area forested [1]
1 Finland 12 225,100 74.0
2 Sweden 18 275,496 67.1
3 Slovenia 23 12,745 63.3
4 Estonia 36 23,004 54.3
5 Russia 44 8,085,986 49.4
6 Latvia 49 29,634 47.6
7 Austria 52 38,716 47.0
8 Montenegro 56 6,252 46.5
9 Liechtenstein 65 69 43.1
10 Bosnia & Herzegovina 66 21,850 42.7
11 Portugal 67 38,630 42.2
12 Slovakia 69 19,322 40.2
13 Georgia 70 27,601 39.7
14 Croatia 71 21,374 39.6
15 Belarus 73 79,124 39.0
16 Spain 78 185,066 37.1
17 Macedonia 83 9,060 35.6
18 Italy 86 101,918 34.6
19 Czech Republic 87 26,524 34.3
20 Bulgaria 88 37,250 34.3
21 Andorra 90 160 34.0
22 Lithuania 91 21,306 34.0
23 Luxembourg 93 868 33.5
24 Germany 100 110,760 31.8
25 Norway 104 94,214 31.0
26 Switzerland 105 12,298 30.7
27 Poland 106 92,452 30.4
28 Greece 107 38,124 29.6
29 Albania 108 8,040 29.3
30 France 111 156,352 28.5
31 Romania 118 63,716 27.7
32 Serbia 126 20,868 23.6
33 Hungary 130 20,036 22.4
34 Belgium 131 6,670 22.0
35 Cyprus, Republic of 143 1,750 18.9
36 Ukraine 146 96,010 16.6
37 Turkey 151 102,242 13.3
38 Denmark 156 5,056 11.9
39 United Kingdom 157 28,658 11.8
40 Azerbaijan 158 9,360 11.3
41 Netherlands 161 3,670 10.9
42 Ireland, Republic of 163 6,930 10.1
43 Moldova 164 3,302 10.0
44 Morocco 165 43,784 9.8
45 Armenia 166 2,742 9.7
46 Isle of Man 180 35 6.1
47 Channel Islands 185 8 4.2
48 San Marino 199 1 1.7
49 Kazakhstan 203 33,258 1.2
50 Malta 208 3 0.9
51 Iceland 210 492 0.5
52 Faroe Islands 216 1 0.1
53 Gibraltar 221 0 0.0
54 Vatican City 225 0 0.0
55 Monaco 227 0 0.0
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[1] "ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS: Forests" United Nations Statistics Division - Statistics compiled by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The figures above relate to 2007, the latest year which the FAO have released figures for. last updated by the United Nations in August 2009, last retrieved by BlatantWorld.com on April.17.2010
The UN/FAO use this as a definition of the term 'Forest': Forest includes natural forests and forest plantations. It is used to refer to land with a tree canopy cover of more than 10 per cent and area of more than 0.5 ha. Forests are determined both by the presence of trees and the absence of other predominant land uses. The trees should be able to reach a minimum height of 5 m. Young stands that have not yet but are expected to reach a crown density of 10 percent and tree height of 5 m are included under forest, as are temporarily unstocked areas. The term includes forests used for purposes of production, protection, multiple-use or conservation (i.e. forest in national parks, nature reserves and other protected areas), as well as forests stands on agricultral lands (e.g. windbreaks and shelterbelts of trees with a width of more than 20 m), and rubberwood plantations and cork oak stands. The term specifically excludes stands of trees established primarily for agricultural production, for example fruit tree plantations. It also excludes trees planted in agroforestry systems.
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