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the VOA  special agriculture report:the united nation food and agriculture organiztion says deforest station has decreased over the past ten years but it still has a high rank in many countries.Deforest station is mainly caused by the cutting down of troubled forests to provide land for agriculture.The world's total forest stero is just over 4 billion headtas??.about 13 millions headtas of forest were cut down or lost through natural causes each year in  the last ten years.This conveys with about 16 million headtas for year during the 1990s.The SOA study covers 233 countries and areas.The study found that prezival and induvida have redo the deforest rates.The two countries have the highest loss of forest in the 1990s.In addition,the study noted that  tree planted programs in countries such as China,India,Vietname and the United State.This  programs along with natural expanision of forests in some areas have added more than 7 million headtas of new forests each year.South America and Africa had the highest yearly loss of forests during the last ten years.South Amercia lost four million headtas ,Africa lost almost 3 and half million headtas,however ,Asia gained more than 2 million headtas a year in the last decade.In north Amercia and the central Amercia the forest area remain the same.In Europe,it continued to expand but it slowed than early.??horse is the system directed general of SOA forests department .He said for the first time the rate of deforest station has decreased around the world.This is the result of efforts taken at local and internationl levels.Mr totalHaow said countries have improved the forest policies and legislation.They have also provided forests for use by  local communities and need of peoples and for the protection of biological diversity he said  this is a welcome message in 2010 .The internationl hero by diversity ,however Mr totalHaow said the rate of deforest is still very high in many ares,He said countries must strength the efforts to better protect  and manage the forests.And that's the VOA special english  agriculture report written by Johln walson .You can find transcripts ,MP3 ,hotscasps and caption video at VOAspecialEnglish.com .I am Bob Doly .
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization says deforestation has decreased over the past ten years. But it still continues at a high rate in many countries. Deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of troubcal forests to provide land for agriculture.

The world’s total forest area is just over four billion hectares. About thirteen million hectares of forest were cut down or lost through natural causes each year in the last ten years. This compares with about sixteen million hectares per year during the 1990s.

The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas. The study found that Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates. The two countries had the highest loss of forest in the 1990s. In addition, the study noted tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, Vietnam and the United States. These programs, along with natural expansion of forests in some areas, have added more than seven million hectares of new forests each year.

South America and Africa had the highest yearly loss of forests during the last ten years. South America lost four million hectares. Africa lost almost three and a half million hectares. However, Asia gained more than two million hectares a year in the last decade.

In North America and Central America, the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, it continued to expand but at a slower rate than earlier.

** is a assistant director general of FAO’s forestry Department. He said for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. This is the result of the efforts taken at local and international levels. Mr. ** said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities and native peoples and for the protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010, the international hero biodiversity.

However, Mr. ** said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests

And that’s the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can find transcripts, mp3s, pot casts and captioned videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Bob Doughty.
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this is the voa special english  agriculture report. the united nation food and agriculture organiazation says deforestation has decreased over the past 10 years. but it still continues at the high way in many countries.deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of trouble forest to provide land or agriculture.the world total forest area is just over 4 billion hectares. about 30 millions hectares of forest cut down or lost through nature causes each year in the last ten years.This compares with about sixteen million hectares per year during the nineteen nineties.the SAO study cover 230 countries and areas.the study found the Brazil and indonesia have reduced their deforestation rate. the two countries had the highest lost forest in 1900s. in addition, the study noted the tree-planting program in countries such as china, India,Vietnam and united state. this program along with natural expansion of forest in some areas have added more than 7 millions hectares new forest each year.south america and africa had the highest yearly  lost of forest in the last ten years. south america lost 4 million hectares, and africa lost 3.5 million hectares. however,asia gained more than 2 million a year in the last decade. in north america and central america the forest area remain about the same. in Europe they continue to expand but at the slower rate than earlier. Eduardo Rojas  is assistant director-general of F.A.O.'s Forestry Department. he said for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world.this is the result of effort taking at the local and internation levels. Mister Rojas said countries have improved their forest policy and legislation. they have also provided forest for use by local communities and native people and for protection of biological diversity. he said this is a welcome message in 2010-the international year of biodiversity. however, Mister Rojas the tate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and  manage their forests.
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This is the VOA Special English agriculture report.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture organization deforestation have decreased over the past 10 years.
But it still continue at a high rate in many countries.
The deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of
tropical forests to provide land for agriculture.

The world total forest area is just over four billion *.
About 30 million * of forest would cut down or lost through natural * each year in the last ten years.
This compared with about 16 million * per year during the 1990.
The F.A.O. study covers 232 countries and area.
The study found that Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforest station rate.
The two countries have the highest lost of forest in the 1990.
In additions, the study noticed tree planting programs in countries such china, India, Vietnam and the United States.
This programs along with natural expansion of forests in some areas have added more than 7 million * of new forests each year.
South America and Africa had the highest yearly lost of forest during the last ten year.
South America lost 4 million *. Africa lost almost 3.5 million *.
However, Asia gained more than 2 million * a year in the last decade.
In north America and central America, the forest area remain above the same.
In Europe, it continued to expand but added slower rate than early.
** is assistant director general of F.A.O.’s forestry department.
He said, for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around world.
This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels.
**said countries have improve their forest policies and legislation.
They have also provided forest for use by local communities and made the peoples add for protection of biological diversity.
He said this is a welcome message in 2010, the international hero biodiversity.
However, ** said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas.
He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forest.
And that’s the VOA Special English agricultural report written by Jerilyn Watson. You can find transcripts, MP3s, * and caption videos at voaspcialenglish.com. I’m Bob Doughty.


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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report

The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization says deforestation has decreased over the past ten years. But it still continues at a high rate in many countries. Deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture. The world's total forest area is just over four billion hectares. About thirteen million hectares of forest were cut down or lost through natural causes each year in last ten years. This compares with about sixteen million hectares per year during 1990s.

The FAO study covers two hundred thirty-three countries and areas. The study found that Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates. The two countries have the highest loss of forests in the 1990s. In addition, the study noted tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, Vietnam and the United States. These programs along with natural expansion of forests in some areas have added more than seven million hectares of new forests each year.

South America and Africa had the highest yearly loss of forests during the last ten years. South America lost four million hectares. Africa lost almost three and half million hectares. However Asia gained more than two million hectares a year in the last decade. In North America and Central America, the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, it continued to expand but at a slower rate than earlier.

- is a assistant director general of FAO's forestry department. He said for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels. Mister - said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities and native peoples and for the protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010, the international year of biodiversity.

Howerve, Mister - said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said countries must strenthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forest.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can find transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and captioned videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Orgnization says,the forestation has decreased over the past ten years. But it still continues at a high rate in many countries.

Deforestation is mainly caused by cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture. The world's total forest area is just over 4 billion hectares, about 13 million hectares of forest were cut down or lost through natural causes each yearin the last ten years. This compares with about 16 million per year during 1990s.

The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas. The study found that, Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates, the two countries has the highest loss of forests in the 1990s.

In addition, the study noted the tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, Vietnam, and United States, these programs along with natural expassion of forest in some areas ,have added more than 7 million hectares of new forests each year.

South America and Africa had the highest yearly lost of forest during the last ten years. South America lost 4million hectares, Africa lost almost 3.5million hectares. however ,Asia gained more than two million hectares a year in the last decade.

In North America and Central America, the forest area remains about the same.  In Europe, they continued to expand but at a slower rate than earlier.

**, is the assistant director general of the FAO's forest department, he said, for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. this is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels.

Mr Totohas said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation, they have also provided forests for use by local communities, and  native peoples ,and for the protection of biological diversity.

He said this is a welcome message in 2010, the international year of biodiversity. However, Mr * said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said, countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.

And that's the VOA Speial English Agriculture Report, written by Jerilyn Waltson, I'm Bob Doughty.
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This is the BOA Special English Agriculture Report.The Unite Nation Food and Agriculture Organisation says the farm station has decreased in the past      10 years.But it still continuete at the high rate in many countries.Before station is mainly cut by the cutting down of trapical forest to provide land for agriculture.The world total forest area is just over 4 bilion hacres.About 13 million hacres of forest are cut down or lost for national causes each year in the last 10 years.This compares with about 16 million hacre during the 1999.The FAO study covers 233 countries and area.The study found Presiue and Indoresia have lost their before station rates.The two countries have the highest lost of forest in the 1999.In addition the study    noticed tree planting program in countries such as China,Indian,Vinam and the Unite State.These programs along with national expantional forest in some areas have added tomore than 7 million hacres of new forest each year.South American and Africa had the highest yearly lost during the last 10 years.South America 4million hacres. Afica lost almost 3 and a half hacres.However,Asian gave more than 2 milion hacres a year in the last decade.In north America and central America the forest derea remains about the same.In Europe they continuite to expend but they are slower rate than earlier.Edevol Toter,he's a assisdant director jouneral of FAO forestal Department.He said for the first time the rate of deforest has decreased around the world.This is the result taken at local and international levels.Mr.Toter said countries have improve their forest propercy and lagislation.They have also  provided forest for use by local communities and native people and for the protection of biological deversity.He said this is a welcoming messages in 2010,the international hero biodevosity.However,Mr.toter said the rate of deforestion is still very high in many areas.He said countries must strenghten their aflits to better proect and manage their forest.And that's the BOA Special English Agriculture report.Writen by Jannerlen Cation.You can find transript,mp3 and cantion radio at BOA special English.com.I'm Bord Buider.
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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.
The United Nations food and Agriculture Organization says deforestation has decreased in the past ten years. But it still continues at the high rate in many countries. Deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture.

The world's total forest area is just over four billion hectares. About 13 million hectares of forest were cut down or lost through natural costs each year in last ten years. This compares with about 16 million hectares per year during 1990s.

The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas.The study found that the Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforeststation rates. The two countries had the highest loss of forests in the 1990s.

In addition, the study noted tree-planting programs in countries such China, India, Vietnam and the United States. These programs along with natural expansion of forests in some areas have added more than 7 million hectares of new forests each year.

South America and Africa have the highest yearly loss of forests during the last ten years. South America lost 4 million hectares. Africa lost almost 3 and a half million hectares. However, Asia gained more than 2 million hectares a year in the last decade. In North America and Central America, the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, it continued to expand, but at a slower rate than earlier.

** is an assistant director general of FAO’s forest department. He said at the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. This is the result of efforts, taken at local and international levels.

Mr. D* said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities and native of peoples and for the production of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010, the international year of bio-diversity.

However, Mr. D* said the rate of deforestation is still very in high in many areas. He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.

And that's the VOA special English agriculture report, written by Jerilyn Watson. You can find transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and captioned videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Dughty.


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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United Nationa Food and Agriculture Organizations says deforestation has deceased over the past ten years.But it still continues at the high rate in many countries.Before station is mainly caused by the cutting down of tropical forests to provide lend for agriculture.

  The world's total forest area is just over four billion hectares.About thriteen million hectares of forest were cut down or lost througn nutrual  causes each year in the last ten years.

  This compares with about sixteen million hectares per year during the 1990s.The FAO study covers two hundred thirty-three countries and areas.The study found that Bosil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates.The two countries had the highest lots of forests in the 1990s.In addition,the study noted tree planting programs in countries such as China,India,Vietnam and the United States.

   These programs along with natural expansion of forests in some areas have added more than seven million hectares of new forests each year.Sorth America and Africa had the highest yearly lost of forests during the last ten years.Sorth America lost four million hectares.Africa lost almost three and a half million hectares.However,Asia gained more than two million hectares a year in last decade.In north America at central America deforested area remained about the same.In Europe,it continued to expand out at the slower rate than earlier.

  Ade Dolohash is the sustain director general of FAO's forestry department.He said for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world.This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels.Mr. Dolohash said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation.They have also provided forests for use by local communities and need of peoples,and for protection of biological diversity.He said this is a welcome message in 2010,the international hear of bio-diversity.However,Mr. Dolohash said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas.He said countries must strenghten their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.

  And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report,written by Jerilyn Watson.You can find transcripts,mp3s,podcasts and captioned radios at voaspecialenglish.com.I'm Bob Doughty.


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This is the VOA special English Agriculture report.

The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization says deforestation has decreased over the past ten years. But it still continues at a high rate in many countries. Deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture.

The world's total forest area is just four billion hectares. About thirteen million hectares of forest were cut down or lost through natural causes each year in the last ten years. This compares with about sixteen million hectares per year during the 1880s.

The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas. The study found that Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates. The two countries have the highest lost of forests in the 1880s.

In addition, the study noted tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, Vietnam, and the United States. These programs along with natural expansion of forests in some areas have added more than seven million hectares of new forests each year.

South America and Africa had the highest yearly lost of forests during the last ten years. South America lost four million hectares. Africa lost almost three and a half million hectares.

However, Asia gained more than two million hectares a year in the last decade. In North America and central America, the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, it continued to expand but at a slower rate than earlier.

ER is the assistant to director general of FAO's Forestry Department. He said for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels.

Mr R said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities, and native peoples, and for the protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010, the international year of bio-diversity.

However, Mr R said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.

And that's the VOA special English Agriculture report, written by Jacquelin Watson. You can find transcribes, mp3s, podcasts, and caption videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.

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This is the VOA special English Agriculture Report.

The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization says the forest station has decreased over the past 10 years, but it still continues at high rate in many countries. The forest station is mainly called by the cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture.

The world’s total forest area is just over four billion hectares about 13 million hectares of forest will cut down or lost through nature * each year in the last ten years. This compares with about 16 million hectares per year during the 1990s.

The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas , the study fond that Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their forest station rates. The two countries have the highest loss of forests in the 1990s. In addition, the study noted the tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, Vietnam and the United States. These programs along with nature expansion of forests in some areas have added more than 7 million hectares of new forests each year.

The South America and Africa had the highest yearly loss of forests during the last ten years. South America lost 4 million hectares, Africa lost almost 3.5 million hectares. However , Asia gained more than 2 million hectares a year in the last decade.

In the north America and central America remain about the same. In Europe they continued to expand but at slower rate than earlier. * * * is a system director general of FAO forest department. He said for the first time the rate of the forest station has decreased around the world. This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels.

Mr. * said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities and native people and protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010 the international * diversity. However Mr. * said the rate of forest station is still very high in many areas. He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.

And that’s the VOA special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerylin Watson, you can find transcripts, MP3s, pipe casts and caption videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Barbara Doughty.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.


The United States Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization says deforestation has decreased over the pass 10 years. But it still continues at high rate in many countries. Deforestation is mainly caused by cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture.


The world's total forest area is just over 4 billion hectares. About 30 million hectares of forest were cut down or lost through nature causes each year in last 10 years. This compares with about 16 million hectares per year during 1990s.


The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas. The study found Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates. The two countries have the highest loss of forests in the 1990s. In a addition, the study noted tree planting programs in countries, such as China, India, Vietnam and the United States. Thest programs along with natural expansion of forests in some areas have added more than 7 million hectares of new forests each years.


South America and Africa had the highest yearly loss of forests during the last 10 years. South America lost 4 million hectares, Africa lost almost three and half hectares. However, Asia gained more than 2 million hectares a year in the last decade. In North America and Central America, the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, it contiuned to expand, but add slower rate than early.


/ is assistant director general of FAO's Forestry Department. He said for the first time, the rate of deforestation has decreased around world. This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels. Mr.Duoroha said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities and native peoples and for the protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010--The international year of Biodiversity. However, Mr.Duoloha said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.


And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written Jerrly Wason. You can find transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and caption videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.


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This is VOA special English agriculture report.United nations food and agriculture organization says differ station  has decreased over the past ten years.But it still continues heavy high raid in many countries. Before station is mainly caused by the cutting down of trouble call farms to provide land for agriculture.But worlds told for espriear is just over 4 ,000,000,000 heck tears. About 13,000,000 heck tear fras were cut down or lost through natural causes each year in last ten years.This can where is about 16 ,000.000 heck tear for year during the 1990.The fao study covers 233 countries and areas. The study found that and have do east before their stations race.The two countries have the highest blow surfer in the 1990s in the station. the study notide tready plan programes in countries such as China, indian, vinam and united states. This programes alongs with natural expantion in some areas have added more than 7,000,000 hectreas of new forrese each year. Some of American and Africa had  during the last ten years farse.Some of American lost 4,000,000 hectears.Foclost almost 3and half million hektears. give more than 2,000,000 hectears a year in the last decade.In north America and centure America before the women about the thing.In Euro it contuined to expand but slower raid than earlier. At ..January of far reast department.Said for the first time the raid of the has decrease the around the world.This is the result of eforce net and international levels.said countries have improve the foreast and the logslation.They have also provided for us and yous by local comuters middle of peoples and for the potection of by the logical deversity. He said this is welcome message into 2,000,000 in tedd.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

United Station's Food and Agriculture Organizition says deforestation has decreased over the past 10 years. That is still continue at high rate in many countries. Deforestation is mainly cost by the cutting down of trouble forests to provide plant for agriculture. The world's total forest area is just over 4 billion hectares. About 13 million hectares of forest were cut down were lost through nature concers eath year in the last 10 years. This compares with about 16 million hectares per year during 1990's. The FAO study covers 233 countries and areas. The study found that B and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates. The two countries have the highest lost of forests in the 1990's. In addition, the study noted tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, V and the United States. These programs along with nature expansion of forests in some areas have added more than 7 million hectares of new forests each year. South America and Africa had the highest yearly lost of forests during the last 10 years: South America lost 4 million hectares, Africa lost almost 3.5 million hectares. However, E gained more than 2 million hectares a year in the last decade. In North Ameria and Cental Ameria the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, the continued to expand but at the slower rate than earlier. N is the system director general of FAO forestry department. He said for the first time, the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. This is the result of efforts taking at local and international levels. Mister N said, country s** improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provided forests for use by local communities and native people's and for the protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in 2010, international hero biodiversity. However, Mister N said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said countries must striken their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.


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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization says deforestation has decreased over the past ten years. But it still continues at a high rate in many countriese. Deforestation is mainly caused by the cutting down of tropical forests to provide land for agriculture.

The world's total forest area is just over four billion hectares. About thirteen million hectares of forests were cut down or lost through nature causes each year in the last ten years. This compares with about sixteen million hectares per year during the nineteen nineties. The F.A.O. study covers two hundred thirty-three countries and areas.

The study found that Brazil and Indonesia have reduced their deforestation rates. The two countries have the highest lose of forests in the nineteen ninties. In addition, the study noted tree planting programs in countries such as China, India, Vietnam and the United States.

These programs along with natural expansion forests in some areas have added more than seven million hectares of new forests each year. South America and Africa had the highest yearly loss of forests during the last ten years. South America lost four million hectares. Africa lost almost three and a half million hectares.

However Asia gained more than two million hectares a year in the last decade. In North America and Central America the forest area remained about the same. In Europe, they continued to expand but at a slower rate than earlier.

A is assistent director general of F.A.O.'s Forestry Department. He said for the first time the rate of deforestation has decreased around the world. This is the result of efforts taken at local and international levels.

A said countries have improved their forest policies and legislation. They have also provide forests for use by local communities and native peoples and for the protection of biological diversity. He said this is a welcome message in two thousand ten, the international hero biodiversity.

However Mister A said the rate of deforestation is still very high in many areas. He said countries must strengthen their efforts to better protect and manage their forests.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by J. You can find transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and captioned videos at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Bob Doughty.

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