Tropical Forests Turn Down the Planet’s Heat by 1C, Scientists Find

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  • A new study has shown that tropical forests cool the world by more than 1 degree Celsius, increase rainfall and shield people and crops from deadly heat.
  • These forest also provide food and livelihoods, clean the air, support human health and are an essential habitat for wildlife.
  • The study also showed that tropical forests can lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of lung disease and improve mental wellbeing.

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