Protect the Amazon rainforest from irreversible destruction

With unchecked logging, mining, cattle farming and oil drilling driving more and more deforestation, scientists are warning of the risk of irreversible destruction to the Amazon rainforest. Many parts of the once pristine ecosystem are already turning into a savannah – plains with sparse trees and no lush rainforest tree canopies.

The science is clear – and so is the pathway to protecting the Amazon. A coalition of Indigenous leaders from the Amazon basin, together with a group of global environmental organizations, including, are calling for the protection of 80% of the Amazon rainforest by 2025.

Will you add your name to the Amazonia 80x2025 declaration and join in solidarity with the Indigenous peoples who call the Amazon their home?
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