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Daily Greens - 2006
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Daniel Nepstad from the Woods Hole Research
Centre gives us the latest update on Amazonian droughts and how
far North they may spread. LISTEN (12 min)
August 04, 2006 | Permalink
As the son of a Missionary kid growing up in Manaus ,and traveling for weeks int the interior ,and someone who loves nature and the rainforest ,my heart is broken as i witness the juggernault of destruction that is occurring in the Amazon.I remember the last time i,and my father ,visited Brazil in 1989,the cover on time magazine was a pic of the AmAZON burning,,when will learn? to those of you who are fighting to stop this madness,,i salute you and if I can help please contact me ,,I speak portuguese ,Id love to volunteer to do my part
Danny Partin |
December 16, 2007 at 11:17 AM
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