How much rainforest would be left if we did nothing to stop deforestation?



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    There could potentially be no rainforests left if nothing was done to stop deforestation. The rainforests face pressure from many different sources such as development, mining, road construction, dam construction, logging, agriculture, and cattle ranching. Since 1970, 232,000 square miles of Amazon rainforest has been destroyed. Some estimates are that the entire world’s rainforests could be destroyed in the next 40 years.

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