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Frances Seymour Apr 25
We're still losing....tropical primary forests, that is -- an area the size of Belgium last year. Visualize this loss on today, and think about the heartbreaking impacts of such loss in real places around the world.
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Red List-Ecosystem Aug 30
has been rising steadily in the due to natural disasters like fires and tropical storms, as makes them more frequent and severe.
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Alberto Pallecchi Apr 25
WRI's just released the latest annual numbers! Tropics lost 12 million hectares in 2018, the fourth-highest annual loss since 2001. Globally, we lost a Belgium-sized area of primary last year. Data at
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Deepu Aug 31
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World Resources Inst Apr 25
The frontiers of primary forest loss are starting to shift. Read more about which countries lost the most primary in 2018.
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LauraLee Dooley Apr 26
Remember the rainforests? We still haven’t saved them.
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GMO Gotta Go! 19 Jan 17
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GlobalForestLink Apr 25
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Raakhee Suryaprakash Apr 25
World’s in ‘emergency room' 12 million hectares (30 million acres) of last year (2018) - mainly primary & mature 🌲 increase due to
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LauraLee Dooley Apr 29
Millions of hectares of pristine tropical rainforest were destroyed in 2018, according to satellite analysis, with beef, chocolate and palm oil among the main causes. via
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World Resources Inst Apr 26
This map shows millions of acres of lost Amazon rainforest. New data illustrates in painful detail the accelerated loss of Brazil’s forest cover. via
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World Resources Inst Apr 25
The tropics lost 12 million hectares of tree cover in 2018, the 4th-highest annual loss since record-keeping began in 2001 🌳 Of greatest concern is the disappearance of 3.6 million hectares of primary rainforest, an area the size of Belgium
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World Resources Inst May 15
- Latest data drove home a point again that forests in India are fighting a losing battle especially the Western Ghats which is one of the most iconic ecological hotspots in the world. via
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WRI Climate May 14
The world's continue to disappear at an alarming rate, threatening a resource that scientists say is a crucial "natural solution" for controlling on an urgently short timescale.
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World Resources Inst May 1
- Ghana is losing its faster than any other country in the world via
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World Resources Inst May 1
Here’s what deforestation looks like in 2019 – and what we can do about it: via
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World Resources Inst Apr 30
We lost a Belgium-size area of old-growth last year. Ancient trees, like those in tropical , are crucial for slowing , but they keep disappearing. Read on: via
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World Resources Inst Apr 27
Ghana & Côte d’Ivoire experienced the highest percent rise in primary forest loss between 2017 & 2018 of any tropical country (60%t & 26%, respectively) Illegal mining & expansion of cocoa farms caused loss in both countries.
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World Resources Inst Apr 26
Deforestation wipes out an area the size of Belgium. The destruction of critical to fighting isn’t slowing, but the biggest rates of decline are now in Africa and Latin America. via
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World Resources Inst Apr 26
New data from show that South American faced increased threats. Colombia, Bolivia and Peru all experienced rising rates of primary forest loss since the turn of the century, though from different drivers. Learn more:
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