Within the past few decades, Brazil has launched several deforestation policies that have pushed to eliminate financial incentives for deforestation. However, the current Brazillian Minister of the Environment, Marina Silva, has said that she hopes these movements are just the beginning of a longer effort for Brazil to prevent deforestation. Brazil is working with external interest groups, as well as international NGO’s to ensure strong and consistent legislature that runs through every sect of the Brazilian government. The inter-ministrieal group is charged with preparing a Plan of action to prevent and control forest deforestation. This group as well as the Lula administration have helped push forest deforestation growth rates from as high as 27% down to 6%. They hope to do more in the near future.
the only wood you have to worry about is the one in my pants <=3
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