As of 2019, the total forest cover in India is 712,249 Sq km (71.22 million hectares), which is 21.67 percent of the total geographical area. Whereas, the total forest and tree cover in India is 807,276 Sq km (80.73 million hectors), which is 24.56 percent of the total geographical area of the country.
What is the percentage of forest cover in India in 2020?
The Total Forest and Tree cover is 24.56% of the geographical area of the country. The Total Forest cover is 7,12,249 sq km which is 21.67% of the geographical area of the country.
What is the percentage of forest?
Forests cover 31 percent of the global land area.
Which state has highest percentage of forest?
Top 5 states having highest forest cover as a percentage of total geographical area:
- Mizoram (85.41%)
- Arunachal Pradesh (79.63%)
- Meghalaya (76.33%)
- Manipur (75.46%)
- Nagaland (75.31%)
Which is India’s largest forest?
Madhya Pradesh has the largest forest cover in India. Above is the protected forest in Van Vihar National Park. Chhatthisgarh and Odisha are other major forest covered states of India.
Which country has no trees?
There are no trees
There are four countries with no forest whatsoever, according to the World Bank’s definition: San Marino, Qatar, Greenland and Oman.
Which country has no forest?
There are five places with no forest whatsoever, according to World Bank’s definition* – Nauru, San Marino, Qatar, Greenland and Gibraltar – while in a further 12 places there is less than one per cent.
Which state has more trees?
List by state, district, or territory
|Rank||State, district or territory||Percent forest (2016)|
|4||Northern Mariana Islands||80.37%|