One third of Amazon ‘degraded’ by human activity, drought: Study

Enviro & Legislation

WASHINGTON – More than one third of the Amazon rainforest may have been degraded by human activity and drought, researchers said on Thursday, and urgent action is needed to protect the critically important ecosystem. In a study published in the journal Science, the researchers said the damage done to the forest, which spans nine countries,…

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