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Hello! this is my blog, Rainforest Fun. I am Samreen, editor of this blog. In this website, all we talk about is nature and how we can protect it. I will post something every 1-3 days.


Sunday, April 24, 2011

Attention: Important News!

Hi guys,
The important news is that I am closing this blog. Yes, you heard right, I AM CLOSING THIS BLOG. That means I'll never again post here. But it will be open for everyone to see.

I am sorry. For confidential reasons I'm closing this blog.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Important news

Hi nature lovers,

Sorry for the lack of posts. It's been so busy! It's impossible to keep up. I hope you understand that I'm not posting too much due to confidential matters. Sorry! So I THINK (I said think) that I won't be able to post for this whole month, (From today to May 26) So goodbye for this month. And I'm afraid my British cousins Donna & Ricky OR Razz Berry are not being able to come. I'm still keeping this blog open.

So, see ya.


Sunday, April 3, 2011

News Bulletin

  • Canadian Forest deal at risk-
 For conservationists, the promise seems almost too good to be true — and some worry that it is. The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement, a deal between the forestry industry and environmental groups, aims to set aside nearly 30 million hectares of northern wilderness and subject a further 42 million to strict tree-harvesting standards.

  • Carbon-rich mangroves ripe for conservation-
  Mangrove forests in tropical regions of the Indian and Pacific Oceans store more carbon than previously recognized, according to a study published today in Nature Geoscience. The findings indicate that much of the carbon in such forests is found in the surrounding soil, which is rich in organic material. Cutting down mangrove forests, which occupy less than 1% of tropical forest area, could therefore contribute up to 10% of global carbon emissions from deforestation.