Conservation is not enough – we need to restore the Amazon forest – World Economic Forum

Forest restoration is essential to prevent the Amazon from reaching a tipping point that would release more than 200 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. Image: NASA Earth Observatory

Member, Co-chair of the Science Panel for the Amazon.
Member, Science Panel for the Amazon
Member, Science Panel for the Amazon
Member, Science Panel for the Amazon
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