Do south American countries do more to protect their wilderness?



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    Some South American countries have more problems protecting wilderness and forests than many other places. Brazil, for example, has a major deforestation problem, clear-cutting forests to make room for expanding settlements and, more importantly, farming. Brazil is a major user of ethanol for vehicles and they derive this ethanol from sugar cane plants. Expanded farming for sugar cane and other crops has put Brazil in a major environmental dilemma, further illustrating the connected nature of societal and environmental needs.

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