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

Amazon Burning: Death and Destruction in Brazil's Rainforest | Fault Lines

Brazil saw a dramatic increase in the number of fires in the Amazon with more than 80,000 fires so far this year alone. This past summer, the world watched in horror as images of flames engulfing swathes of land in the world’s largest rainforest came out, leading to global calls for boycotts over President Jair… Continue reading Amazon Burning: Death and Destruction in Brazil's Rainforest | Fault Lines

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

Is the Amazon rainforest beyond saving? – BBC Newsnight

For decades, scientists have warned of an ‘Amazon tipping-point’: the point at which the forest loses its ability to renew itself and begins to emit more carbon than it absorbs. Subscribe to our channel here: A ten year study suggests that the rainforest – a vital carbon sink that slows the pace of global warming… Continue reading Is the Amazon rainforest beyond saving? – BBC Newsnight

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

The destruction of the Amazon, explained

The 2019 fires were just the tip of the iceberg. This is Part 1 of Vox Atlas: The Amazon, a three-part series about the world’s largest rainforest, why it’s in jeopardy, and the people trying to save it. Watch all three parts right here on YouTube. Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Become a Video… Continue reading The destruction of the Amazon, explained

Illegal Loggers: The Tribe Waging War in the Amazon

On the Alto Rio Guamá reserve in Brazil, the Tembe tribe has been battling for decades to save its land from illegal loggers and settlers. As tension escalates, the Tembe people have now been forced to take up arms and confront the loggers, sparking violent clashes deep within the jungle. With the odds stacked against… Continue reading Illegal Loggers: The Tribe Waging War in the Amazon

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

Kevin Schrandt – Flight Of The Peregrine (Amazon rainforest deforestation music)

“Flight Of The Peregrine” is a folksy instrumental that explores the beauty and vastness of the Amazon River Basin in Brazil, and how it is changing / has changed for many of its inhabitants, mostly wildlife. Email: info@kevinschrandtmusic.com Website: Facebook: Twitter: LinkedIn: [ad_2]