Deforestation and its effect on global warming



According a recent report, deforestation accounts for up to 25% of global warming each year. In the next four years, if the rate of deforestation persists, more carbon dioxide will be pumped into the atmosphere than the total of all the flight emissions in history to 2025. During March and April 2011,a hike in deforestation appeared in the rainforest in Mato Grosso, Brazil. To boost the economy, however, the Brazilian government is likely to relax forestry law by the end of May.
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5 thoughts on “Deforestation and its effect on global warming”

  1. Don't be absurd, why would you take the much, much shorter route across the Atlantic? That just makes no sense when you can make the trip take far longer.

    On a more serious note, the narrator sounded like she was about to cry at the end. It's a shame that the rain forrest are being cut down so heavily.

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