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Understanding the Crisis of Deforestation and Burning in the Amazon

Source:International Rivers
When:Dec 15 2019
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In December 2019, at COP 25 of the UN Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC) in Madrid, Brazilian environmental and human rights activists launched a joint declaration on the crisis of deforestation and b [...]

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