Many of the wooded areas in Romania that we see along the rivers, hills or the top of the mountains while we are commuting or travelling are not officially recognised as forests, and therefore, not treated as such. Even if they look like and fulfil the functions of a forest (according to internationally recognised definitions and criteria), they are not officially registered in Romania, and therefore are not guarded, monitored, cared for, regenerated or, as the case may be, protected. – – …
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Romania Risks Losing 500,000 Hectares of Forest!