A comprehensive "pact for the forest" is needed to get the damage caused by drought and bark beetles under control, the German Forestry Council (DFWR) and the Association of German Forest Owners (AGDW) said in a statement at the end of August. "The effects of climate change have led to a crisis in the forests," the two organizations said. Around 2.3 billion euros (2.55 billion U.S. dollars) were needed as "immediate aid" for the rapid clearance of damaged trees and reforestation, they stated. "Quick and ...
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