Amazonia

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Amazonia

the land around the Amazon river
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The world came together to donate $1 Billion in 24 hours, after the Notre Dame fire, it's time we did the same for the preservation of the Amazon Rainforest."
International attention has turned to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, which has seen devastating (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/thousands-of-new-wildfires-burn-across-the-amazon-rain-forest-in-brazil/) wildfires this week.
Philip Dunne said: "The Amazon rainforest produces more than 20 per cent of the world's oxygen and is home to at least 10 per cent of the known species in the world.
"We are deeply concerned about the Amazon Rainforest fires," said AEPCO executive manager and treasurer Latifa Al Bin Ali.
The Amazon rainforest is considered vital in slowing global warming, and is also home to countless species of fauna and flora.
Mr Macron also said he was considering launching a campaign to help sub-Saharan African countries fight fires raging in the area that are being compared to the Amazon rainforest fires.
BRITAIN will more than double its commitment to a green fund designed to help natural habitats, including the Amazon rainforest which is being devastated by wildfires, ministers said yesterday.
The Amazon rainforest has been on fire for three weeks now and I have only just found out about it.
For the past three weeks, the Amazon rainforest has been burning and according to Reuters, at a record rate.
The Amazon rainforest is the largest forest in the world.
In 1986 I was in a play called 'Savages' at the Edinburgh Fringe about the Brazilian Government moving, massacring and persecuting the people living in the Amazon rainforest to make way for farming and roads.