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  • 1. WHERE ON EARTH DO WE GET OUR TROPICAL WOOD Boreal 33% Temperate 11% Tropical 47% Mah ogan on th y log eir w s from ay to C Irelan ameroo d. Ph n in W oto: Just est Africa Fores ts. Sub-tropical 9% Original Forest Cover Current Forest Cover THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WOODS MAy bE IN USE IN yOUR HOME OR SCHOOL:WHEN PEOPLE ADMIRE WOODAND WOOD PRODUCTS, theyrarely think for a moment of the Iroko (Africa)country of origin of the forest Mahogany (Africa, South America, Central America)from which the wood is taken.Nor indeed do they think of the San Domingan Rosewood (Africa, S.E. Asia, Central America, Australia)conditions in which the population Tropical Olive (Africa)of that country live or the damage Zebrano (Africa)caused to their environment by thedestruction of their forests. Nor do Teak (Africa, Central America, S.E. Asia)they realise that the accumulated Khaya (Africa)destruction of forests in all countriesis contributing in a massive way Obeche (Africa)towards overall global warming. Indian Laurel (S.E. Asia) Ekki (Africa) Wenge (Africa) Are we using our forest resources wisely? Copyright © 2011 Just Forests.