Meanwhile, other countries with fewer forests are Belgium with 22% of the territory, Cyprus with 19% of the territory, Denmark with 14% and Iceland with 0.3% of the territory. On the other hand, another previous study suggests that Albania produces on average 351.36 kg of carbon dioxide a year due to people commuting to work or school by car. According to research carried out by Numbeo.com, in order to be neutralized, each person should cultivate 4.1 trees.
In Europe, forests account for over 30% of the land area and they offer a wide range of goods and services for society, But, a recent study carried out by the European Foundation for the Study on Forests, shows that Albania is among the countries with fewer forests in Europe. According to the figures, 28% of the Albanian territory is covered by forests. In total, forests occupy 0.0776 million hectares.