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Leonardo Boff: "The Amazon is neither wild, nor lung, nor barn of the world"

"If one day the Amazon were totally deforested, about 50 billion tons of carbon dioxide would be released into the atmosphere per year" "The greening of indigenous people is the fruit of the urban imaginary" is in a climax state, what some organizations release is taken advantage of by others "" With the agribusiness and anti-environmentalism of the Bolsonaro government, today the devastation of the Amazon continues "The Pan-Amazon Synod to be held on Sunday, October 6 As of Sunday, October 27 of this year, Rome demands a better knowledge of the Amazon ecosystem.

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BIODIVERSITY

"In 60 years there will not be a hectare of forest left"

The damage caused by the soybean, extractivist and mega-mining models are not on the political agenda in Argentina. Carlos Vicente, member of Acción por la Biodiversidad and member of Grain, warns about the risks of not taking future generations into account. It is impressive to think of Argentina 60 years from now, because when one adopts that perspective, the scenario becomes dramatic.
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BIODIVERSITY

Leonardo Boff: "The Amazon is neither wild, nor lung, nor barn of the world"

"If one day the Amazon were totally deforested, about 50 billion tons of carbon dioxide would be released into the atmosphere per year" "The greening of indigenous people is the fruit of the urban imaginary" is in a climax state, what some organizations release is taken advantage of by others "" With the agribusiness and anti-environmentalism of the Bolsonaro government, today the devastation of the Amazon continues "The Pan-Amazon Synod to be held on Sunday, October 6 As of Sunday, October 27 of this year, Rome demands a better knowledge of the Amazon ecosystem.
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BIODIVERSITY

The 5 cities with the most trees in the world

Among the benefits that trees provide are their help to avoid wasting energy, since they reduce air conditioning needs by 30 and save between 20 and 50 on heating; they favor urban biodiversity by attracting birds and insects and, of course, absorb carbon dioxide and help clean polluted air.
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