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Stand with the People of Brazil to Save the Amazon

Amazon Deforestation

The Amazon Rainforest is home to thousands of animal and tree species, making it a biodiversity hotspot. It is also critical in the fight to stop global warming.

Since 1970, more than 289,000 sq mi of rainforest — approximate to the size of Texas — in the Brazilian Amazon were lost to illegal logging, soy plantations, cattle ranching, and other human industries such as road building and mining. A significant part of what remains is under direct threat — as well as the animals and people who call the forest home.

And now a new Forest Code bill is moving through the Brazilian Congress that will grant amnesty to forest criminals and open up the Amazon to greater deforestation. Greenpeace has a plan to put a stop to deforestation once and for all and we need your help to get there. Pledge to save the Amazon from deforestation today!

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