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“Man-made forest burning and deforestation have gradually reduced the area of rainforests and brought plants and animals to the brink of extinction.” 


Known as “the lungs of the Earth”, it has the world's largest tropical rainforest and is hailed as the "world's largest gene pool" because of the unique climatic conditions that have produced tens of millions of species of plants and animals.


“ The Amazon forest has been burning year after year, and it pains me. I don't know what I can do for her. ”


“ In recent years, fires have occurred earlier in the Amazon forest, and the number of fires has reached new highs. ” 


The Amazon is one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on Earth, with over 3 million species living in the rainforest, along with over 2,500 tree species (one third of all tropical trees on Earth) that make up this vibrant place.

It is the largest forest in the world, but also the fastest declining. If deforestation continues on recent trends, more than a quarter of the Amazon rainforest will be gone by 2030.


Let’s work together to protect the forests from disappearing


The Amazon Rainforest accounts for half of the world's tropical rainforests and 20% of its forest area, making it the largest and most diverse tropical rainforest in the world. The Amazon rainforest spans eight countries: Brazil (60% of the forest), Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana and Suriname, including French Guiana.

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