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A third of Spain is forest

01-Apr-2019


Spain is ranked 76th in the world by forest area with 36.94 per cent of the country covered by forests.

And according to the World Bank data, Spain’s forest area has grown 33 per cent since 1990 rising from 27.65 per cent in 1990 to 36.9 per cent in 2016.

Suriname is the country with the largest area of woodland in the world, with about 98 per cent of its territory covered in forest, followed by Micronesia (91.86 per cent), Gabon (90.04 per cent) and Seychelles (88.41 per cent).

Within the EU and ahead of Spain, the first country to appear in the list is Finland, at number 10, with 73.11 per cent of forest territory, in 16th place is Sweden (68.92 per cent), in 23rd is Slovenia (61.97 per cent), in 36th, Estonia (53.98 per cent) and in 51st place is Austria (46.91 per cent).

On the other hand, three countries in the world have no forest area at all: San Marino, Qatar and Nauru. In addition, those with the smallest percentage of their territory occupied by forest cover are Oman (0.1 per cent), Egypt (0.07 per cent) and Libya (0.12 per cent).

Sourse: euroweeklynews.com