Pål Hermansen in The Guardian

A red squirrel in a forest, and the same forest pictured after logging (Viken, Norway)

The richer biodiversity is, the more resistant nature is towards climate change. However, nature is under increasing pressure. One of the main threats is modern forestry. The practice of clear-cutting forests not only destroys life/biodiversity but also is a major source of carbon dioxide emissions. This image shows how a hundred-year-old forest can be turned into a biological disaster area in a couple of hours. /Photograph: Pal Hermansen


The Guardian has published an image portfolio connected to the COP 26 conference in Glasgow. 
Pål's images is represented in the selection. 

> theguardian.com


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