Haiti

Haiti


Haiti is the most deforested country in the world.


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Likely the world's most deforested nation, Haiti saw its primary forest cover decline from 4.4 percent of total land area in 1988 to 0.32 percent in 2016. Humans first appeared on Hispaniola 6,000 years ago and possibly numbered greater than 1 million by the time of Columbus.


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