If another 20 percent of the Amazon rainforest is destroyed, it could start a vicious cycle of self-destruction, unleashing enormous amounts of CO2 and massively impacting regional and global climate, says Alexander Zaitchik Subscribe to our page and support our work at
In September 2019, Animal Equality Brazil sent investigators to Northern Brazil to document the increased deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest and its connection to animal agriculture. THE DETAILS: According to Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE), deforestation in the Amazon grew 50% in 2019 with livestock occupying 80% […]
an interesting developement reared it ugly head, again…. the Amazon Rain forest is being decimated, and not by Wildfires, but by wild reactions…. and themselves…. and scientists say it may be reaching its tipping point…. and they still dont slow down…. SMH LIKE SUB ME!!! Share this!!
On Monday 7th October, MPs will debate a petition urging the UK to make demands to the EU and UN to sanction Brazil to halt increased deforestation of the Amazon. Daniel Zeichner MP, a Member of the Petitions Committee, will open the debate. The petition, which has more than 122,000 […]
Brazilians who defend the Amazon are facing threats and attacks from criminal networks engaged in illegal logging. The situation is only getting worse under President Bolsonaro, whose assault on the country’s environmental agencies is putting the rainforest and the people who live there at much greater risk.
www.greenpeace.org/forestsolutions/ In July 2006, a historic agreement was signed to protect the Amazon rainforest. Former antagonists from the soya industry, NGOs and corporate sector reconciled their difference and agreed on the Soya Moratorium.
The battle against deforestation in President Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil is also a fight against criminal networks and corruption, drawing in politicians, militias and drugs gangs. The FT follows the fight as it cycles from the cities to the rainforest, and meets the indigenous people trying to save their land ► […]
#TheAmazon is on fire, and you should be worried, but not for the reason people are saying. Oxygen is 21% of our atmosphere. O2 comprises billions of metric tons around the whole planet and we use a very, very small part of that. Yes, oxygen is a non-renewable resource and […]
Subscribe to France 24 now: FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 This week, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro rejected criticism over his handling of the forest fires that have ravaged the Amazon, accusing international critics of having a “colonial spirit”. This comes after a Human Rights Watch […]