Soybean Accelerates Brazil’s Deforestation

    The Socio-Environmental Institute (ISA) and the Brazilian NGO Forum published a study demonstrating a relationship between the expansion of areas of soybean cultivation and the deforestation of native forests in Brazil, especially in the middle and north of the state of Mato Grosso.

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      sick
      If you want to take a good look at the amount of damage caused to the rainforests download the free version of Google Earth at earth.google.com .I had no idea deforestation was this bad, after seeing the images by accident after zooming up. i went online and found this website. PLEASE SPREAD these images so that others can see. ty.

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