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Forestry in numbers

Slide Content

The slide titled "Forestry in numbers" presents four key statistics related to forestry. "30% of land area covered by forests" suggests a significant portion of the world's land is forested. "Annual forest loss of 0.11%" indicates a small, yet notable annual decrease in forest areas. "400 million tons of paper consumed annually" highlights the substantial global use of paper. "10% of global energy needs is supplied with fuel wood" shows reliance on wood as an energy source, tying the importance of forests to energy sustainability.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a split design with dark teal on the top left and light gray on the bottom right.
  • A level 2 heading in white text is positioned in the top left corner on the dark teal background.
  • Four white-bordered rectangles are evenly distributed across the slide with icons and text inside.
  • First box: contains a green icon of trees, representing forestry, followed by the statistic "30%" in dark green, large font.
  • Second box: features a green icon of a hand receiving water drops, next to "Annual forest loss of 0.11%" in green text.
  • Third box: displays a green printer icon and the statistic "400 million tons" in large font size.
  • Fourth box: includes an icon of flames, signifying energy, with "10%" in a large, bold format.
  • The fonts are sans-serif, with statistics presented in a larger size to emphasize key data.
  • A green bar runs along the bottom of the slide, containing a source citation in white text.

The overall look of the slide is modern and clean, with a color scheme that reflects the theme of forestry. The use of icons and varying text sizes helps to visually differentiate each data point.

Use Cases

  • To present environmental data during a conference focused on sustainability or forestry.
  • In a corporate setting, to illustrate corporate social responsibility progress regarding paper sourcing and forest conservation efforts.
  • As part of an educational lecture on the environmental impact of forestry and paper consumption.
  • In a government report or presentation summarizing national or global forestry statistics and trends.

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