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A Brazilian Pledge: Lasting War on Deforestation

The President of the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (Ibama), Marcus Barros, informed that the Brazilian government has already allocated US$ 14.2 million (42 million reais) on activities to combat deforestation.

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    Rainforest
    I am a student looking for information on what the native people of the regions issues and views on the problems facing the rainforest.

    could you please email me back with some info
    f24hun@sbcglobal.net

    thank you
    fran martin

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