Brazil is a nation dominated by forests, most of which are cut down. This forest degradation is responsible for 12% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. After 220,000 sq. miles of forest cover loss in Brazil, there is finally some action. A moratorium was signed by four large companies involved in this deforestation, for cattle farming purposes, which made the companies agree not to purchase any cattle raised on deforested lands. In addition, 10 billion trees will hopefully be planted in the hope of recovering this destroyed land. Approximately $10-$20 billion per year will go towards funding to protect the Amazon forest, which will not only protect the forest but will contribute to cutting greenhouse gas emissions by deforestation.
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