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In this NASA timelapse, satellite images show the rapid deforestation of the amazonian rainforest.
We take action against the companies and industries driving deforestation and climate change.
All major tropical forests including those in the Americas, Africa, Southeast Asia, and Indonesia are disappearing, mostly to make way for human food production, including livestock and crops. If you can't breath, you really don't need food! Brasil, you're a disgrace to mankind.
The main threat to the survivial of orangutan populations in the wild is the massive expansion of palm oil plantations in Borneo and Sumatra.
Deforestation in the Brazil portion of the Amazon rainforest soared 88.4% in June compared to the same month last year, totalling a loss of a whopping 920 square kilometres of green cover.
Although the Penan still fight for their land, large corporations continue to clear forests for logging and oil palm cultivation.
Greenpeace will never stop fighting for a greener, healthier world for our oceans, forests, food, climate, and democracy. No matter what forces stand in our way!
Chinese demand for rosewood—trafficked more than ivory, rhino horn, and pangolin scales—is fueling a crisis in Guatemala's forests. The same thing is happening in several African countries. A task for the West and the U.N., perhaps?
The island’s geographic isolation created a wonderland of biological richness. Now population pressures and political turmoil speed the plunder of its rosewood, minerals, and gems. Guess by who?
What does the future hold for the next generation of people who live in the Amazon? We meet the indigenous teenagers trying to preserve their way of life and a ranching family who moved to the Amazon in search of opportunities.