Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

The Amazon plays a vital part in regulating the planet’s temperature. And yet, in the last year, forest destruction in the Brazilian Amazon soared by 85 per cent. Protected trees cut down illegally are destined for common building supplies like decking and doors. Cleared land is then used to house cattle being farmed to meet… Continue reading Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

The Amazon plays a vital part in regulating the planet’s temperature. And yet, in the last year, forest destruction in the Brazilian Amazon soared by 85 per cent. Protected trees cut down illegally are destined for common building supplies like decking and doors. Cleared land is then used to house cattle being farmed to meet… Continue reading Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

The Amazon plays a vital part in regulating the planet’s temperature. And yet, in the last year, forest destruction in the Brazilian Amazon soared by 85 per cent. Protected trees cut down illegally are destined for common building supplies like decking and doors. Cleared land is then used to house cattle being farmed to meet… Continue reading Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

Why The Amazon Rainforest Is Burning

The Amazon Rainforest is on fire, plunging São Paulo, the largest city in South America, into darkness. But this isn’t a new problem. Fires in the rainforest have increased over 80% in 2019 compared to the prior year. Here’s what you need to know. #YEARSproject #WarOnOurFuture SOURCES: [i] Economist.com. Forest fires in the Amazon blacken… Continue reading Why The Amazon Rainforest Is Burning

Amazon Rainforest Ravaged by Deforestation Fires in Brazil

Amazon Rainforest Ravaged by Deforestation Fires in Brazil. Massive forest fires have been burning in the Amazon region of Brazil for over three weeks now, with little sign of slowing down. . According to NASA researcher Santiago Gassó, the fires have created a layer of smoke covering an area of about 1.2 million square miles.… Continue reading Amazon Rainforest Ravaged by Deforestation Fires in Brazil

Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

The Telegraph obtained rare access into the illegal logging community in Brazil. One of the loggers agreed to explain why people like him cut down trees for money, at a time when deforestation is at its highest. Get the latest headlines: Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper… Continue reading Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

The Telegraph obtained rare access into the illegal logging community in Brazil. One of the loggers agreed to explain why people like him cut down trees for money, at a time when deforestation is at its highest. Get the latest headlines: Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper… Continue reading Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

Amazon Rainforest Fires – What you need to know

► Links to articles and rainforest organisations below ► Support the channel for the price of 1 coffee a month on Patreon: Contribute Translations: The Amazon rainforest is on fire. With a huge surge in social media coverage and response to this the fires that are seen across the Amazon Basin there is a lot… Continue reading Amazon Rainforest Fires – What you need to know

Amazon Rainforest Fires – What you need to know

► Links to articles and rainforest organisations below ► Support the channel for the price of 1 coffee a month on Patreon: Contribute Translations: The Amazon rainforest is on fire. With a huge surge in social media coverage and response to this the fires that are seen across the Amazon Basin there is a lot… Continue reading Amazon Rainforest Fires – What you need to know

Amazon Rainforest Fires – What you need to know

► Links to articles and rainforest organisations below ► Support the channel for the price of 1 coffee a month on Patreon: Contribute Translations: The Amazon rainforest is on fire. With a huge surge in social media coverage and response to this the fires that are seen across the Amazon Basin there is a lot… Continue reading Amazon Rainforest Fires – What you need to know

Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

The Amazon plays a vital part in regulating the planet’s temperature. And yet, in the last year, forest destruction in the Brazilian Amazon soared by 85 per cent. Protected trees cut down illegally are destined for common building supplies like decking and doors. Cleared land is then used to house cattle being farmed to meet… Continue reading Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

The Telegraph obtained rare access into the illegal logging community in Brazil. One of the loggers agreed to explain why people like him cut down trees for money, at a time when deforestation is at its highest. Get the latest headlines: Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper… Continue reading Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

The Telegraph obtained rare access into the illegal logging community in Brazil. One of the loggers agreed to explain why people like him cut down trees for money, at a time when deforestation is at its highest. Get the latest headlines: Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper… Continue reading Why I illegally cut down trees in the Amazon rainforest | Interview with a Brazilian illegal logger

Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners

The Amazon plays a vital part in regulating the planet’s temperature. And yet, in the last year, forest destruction in the Brazilian Amazon soared by 85 per cent. Protected trees cut down illegally are destined for common building supplies like decking and doors. Cleared land is then used to house cattle being farmed to meet… Continue reading Saving the Amazon: The fight to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest | Four Corners