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  • Animals And Plants
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    Cutting down the Brazilian rainforest is not a morally just thing to do. Not only does leave the soil sterile and cut the land used for crops' life in half, but it also eliminates the opportunity for new medicines to be found, new plants to use for treatment in the medical field, and petroleum substitutes to be collected and used, just to name a few. In addition, the presence of the rainforest helps protect us from global warming and keeps some of the rarest and beneficial animals and their home...
  • Acre Of Forest Land
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    Introduction As destruction of the rainforest continues, man slowly paves the inevitable path to a clear end. It has been known that the rainforest is an essential provider for the balance of the mother earth and that it acts as a key for life as we know it. Yet, the world still decides to quietly watch the disappearance. In fact, most people realize what exactly is taking place. But however, instead of trying to aid in the termination of this disaster. They place this into the back of their ign...
  • Rubber Tappers And Native Amazonians Land
    453 words
    Dear Brazilian Government, I recently attended a fascinating conference on resource use in the rainforest. I felt like I had to write this letter. I believe I have a way to solve the rainforest problems. We all just have to work together. Okay, first of all the government leaders already gave the rubber tappers and Native Amazonians land reserves. Which gave the government more land the long lost native amazonian's. But the Rubber Tappers and the Native Amazonians fell they have always been the ...
  • Region's Rural Population Live Within Rainforest Habitat
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    Weems 1 Brian Weems Mrs. French English 10218 February 1999 The Survival and Failure of our Rainforests: Rainforests around the globe are faced with the daily struggle for survival. Many are in the process of being destroyed by the poverty- ridden communities whose inhabitant live on the outskirts. Some are destroyed for their lumber and others are clear cut for farming. This destruction has caused a number of very real concerns within the scientific community, and environmental groups have been...
  • Waterways Of The Amazon And The Lands
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    The battle for the Amazon rainforest is a daunting task. Its a long going battle between miners, loggers, and developers against the indigenous people who call it home. Its a battle like any battle in a war; it affects lives, families, the economy, politics, and the environment amongst other things. The main topic of this debate is the effects of the Amazon deforestation on the people who live in it, this will be the focus of this research paper. In this paper, I will discuss the history, causes...
  • Deforestation Of The Indigenous Peoples Land
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    Rainforest Deforestation: Do We Care Enough The villagers walk the charred ruins of their village, looking for any personal possessions that can be salvaged after the fire. Looking out from the remains, they see the trucks already winding their way up the newly made dirt road. Soon, the landscape around their village will be irrevocably changed as well. The loggers will strip the forest of all trees, and then move on. They leave the landscape barren, and allow erosion to destroy it utterly. Sadl...
  • Tropical Forest Plant In The Rainforest
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    A DYING CURE Imagine one your close friends that you grew up with came to your house one day in tears. You quickly grab a box of Kleenex and have her sit down. She takes a few moments to gather herself up and the she hits you with the news. She has cancer. Your jaw drops. Someone that you love as a sister has been diagnosed with a serious degree of cancer that could kill her any day. How could she have it? She was a star athlete and never did any drugs. She was in perfect health with the excepti...
  • 2 3 Of The Tropical Rainforests
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    Rainforest Assessment by Rachel Reu by, 9 C. Rainforests are located in a band around the Earth's Equator, mostly between the Tropic of Cancer (5 oS) and the Tropic of Capricorn (5 oN). This 3,000 mile (4,800 km) wide band around the middle of the Earth is called the Tropics. Rainforests cover only 7%of the world's surface, and are found in South and Central America, Africa and Asia. The Equator is the hottest place on Earth. The high temperatures cause accelerated evaporation of water, causing ...
  • Rainforests Animal Species
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    In recent years one of the biggest threats the world as a whole faces is the destruction of our environment. The destruction of the Brazilian rainforest is probably the most important issue that should be taken into consideration because it is the cause of other major ecological problems we are facing such as: global warming, the depletion of our ozone layer, and noticeable climate changes around the world. Brazil's deforestation problem has turned into earth's deforestation problem. Experts say...

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