Wrong, Phys.Org, Boreal Forests Are Doing Well Amid Modest Warming

About 200 years ago, the world experienced peak deforestation. It was coal that allowed industries to not cut down every last tree for energy and hence saved the forests, especially so in Europe. Since then, forestry has gotten better and better. Until the advent of renewable energy. That being said, the periods with the largest boreal forests have been during different warm times even during human history. We have evidence that there were large forests in Greenland whereas today, there are none. Cold, snow, and ice are no good pre-conditions for boreal forests. Moderate warmth is. 

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