Jun 08 2014

Philip Riley

Languages being lost through deforestation

A report in The Guardian online newspaper on 8th June explains how the loss of forests, species and habitats around the world is leading to the disappearance of languages too. As many as a quarter of the 7,000 spoken languages around the world are threatened.

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