There is probably no person who has not heard of the irreplaceability of forests in neutralizing CO2 pollution. Forests typically capture 5 to10 tonnes of CO2 per hectare per year, depending on the number of years of growth, the climatic region, the type of trees etc. At the same time, due to the growing need for sustainable materials in various industries, in particular, need for lumber, the logging is becoming an increasingly serious problem worldwide. The disaster is no longer far away for both, the rainforests of South America and the Siberian taiga. Of course, the forest is a renewable resource, but it will take decades and many tree species may no longer recover due to climate change.