Brazil faces severe criticism due to deforestation of the Amazon rainforest, and also the disappearance of the original savannah. The media is debating wildly that president Bolsonaro favors the development of the mining industry and agriculture over the protection...
The speed of the Brazil’s Amazon rainforest deforestation is gaining massive proportions. The rainforest is now disappearing at 3 football fields per minute speed and is approaching a level of destruction from which it will never recover. Some areas...
Fires, deforestation, infrastructure, killing and poaching threaten not one species of wild animals, many of them are on the endangered species list, including jaguar (Panthera onca). It is estimated that there are about 15,000 individuals of that species left. The...
The Amazon tropical rainforest has an area of approximately 3.4 million-square mile. It currently represents more than half of the remaining tropical rain forests in the world. It is located in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname...
According to the United Nations food and agriculture organization approximately 18 million hectares of forest are cut down each year. The portions are too high and pose a threat to the ecosystem. Therefore, people across the world should take...
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