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In this century, the Amazon lost the territorial equivalent to Ecuador

In this century, the Amazon lost the territorial equivalent to Ecuador

MapBiomas monitors changes in the use of soil in the Amazon, and follows pressures on the rainforest. The tool published its first report and presented alarming data. The Project – entitled [...]

Paulo Artaxo: “sustainable development is our only way out”

Paulo Artaxo: “sustainable development is our only way out”

Extensively awarded scientist, Paulo Artaxo explains how climate change may make life on Earth unfeasible and talks about the importance of preserving Amazon and Brazilian science

What are flying rivers?

What are flying rivers?

More than 200 million liters of water vapor flow through “flying rivers” over South America and are responsible for 25% of all rainfall in the region - learn how they work

Google is helping to fight deforestation in the Amazon

Google is helping to fight deforestation in the Amazon

Google and the NGO Rainforest Connection have partnered together in hopes to monitor the rain forest with machine learning and old phones