ENVIRONMENT
12/24/2014 01:26 pm ET Updated Dec 24, 2014

Restored Forests Breathe Life Into Efforts Against Climate Change

LA VIRGEN, Costa Rica — Over just a few decades in the mid-20th century, this small country chopped down a majority of its ancient forests. But after a huge conservation push and a wave of forest regrowth, trees now blanket more than half of Costa Rica.

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