The intensification of agricultural areas and urban sprawl lead to the deforestation of forest areas. Over the past fifty years, the transformation of natural and semi-natural environments (forests, meadows and other ecosystems) into agricultural land has increased by an average of 0.8% per year (Rockström et al., 2009). This has the following consequences: loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services, soil erosion, risk of flooding and mudflows, increased greenhouse gas emissions, carbon de-stocking …

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