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Amazon Rainforest ‘Close to Irreversible Tipping Point’

Amazon Rainforest ‘Close to Irreversible Tipping Point’ Amazon Rainforest ‘Close to Irreversible Tipping Point’ By Dom Phillips, Guardian UK 24 October 19 Forecast suggests rainforest could stop producing enough rain to sustain itself by 2021 oaring deforestation coupled with the destructive policies of Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, could push the Amazon rainforest dangerously to

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Brazilian tribal chief uses technology to help save his people, and curb deforestation

“Wielding the tools of the 21st century, the 1,300-member tribe has delved into a complex scheme in which governments or companies pay for forest preservation, contributing to a system that, if fully realized, would help end large-scale deforestation. By determining how much carbon is prevented from being released if the trees on Surui lands are

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