Trees are all around the world - they provide shelter, food and wood.
Forests also play a crucial role in absorbing carbon dioxide and thus regulating the global climate. People have already deforested large swaths of the world, with consequences for ecosystems, plants and animals, and even humans themselves.
Zambia has one of the world's highest deforestation rates, and many households rely heavily on charcoal to cook. The government is threatening to ban the polluting fuel. But many people have no access to electricity, meaning this crackdown puts their livelihoods under threat.
Romania is home to almost two-thirds of the EU's old-growth forests. But vast areas of these ancient woodlands have been destroyed in recent years. Lawmakers are debating a bill that would dramatically lower maximum penalties for illegal logging. But environmentalists haven't given up the fight.
In 2017, Chile suffered from one of the worst forest fires in the country's history. Eleven people were killed and more than 500,000 hectares were destroyed. As the ashes settle, locals are deciding how best to reshape their future against the backdrop of climate change and a monoculture of pine trees and eucalyptus.