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Amazon Rainforest Are Disappearing And The Reason Behind That Is Shocking

Amazon Rainforest Are Disappearing And The Reason Behind That Is Shocking
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The Amazon rainforest is disappearing in front of our eyes and we are not able to do anything.The study has found that in the past 20 years, an area around the size of two Germanys has been cut from the ancient tropical rainforest which is surely the step towards devastation. As the number of trees is decreasing, the ability to regulate proper weather pattern is also getting disturbed which is causing enormous Drought in Sao Paulo and Brazil.

Source Onegreenplanet 

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Deforestation largely driven by agriculture

Deforestation largely driven by agriculture

Deforestation occurred in the Brazilian region of the Amazon is around 80 percent which is specifically caused by cattle ranching

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29 percent of the country's Greenhouse gas emissions is due to the deforestation caused by the livestock feed in Brazil

29 percent of the country's Greenhouse gas emissions is due to the deforestation caused by the livestock feed in Brazil
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The rate of deforestation due to cattle ranching has increased by 29 percent in the past year alone.

70 percent Soy is fed by livestock and only 6 percent is been turned into human food.

70 percent Soy is fed by livestock and only 6 percent is been turned into human food.
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The land in between Amazon forest has been levelled for feeding cows, pigs and chickens across the World.

Destruction is surely going to increase.

Destruction is surely going to increase.
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As the population is growing day by day and demand for animal products are raising, this is sure that the devastation is only going to increase and not deplete.

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Study revealed the hair raising truths

Study revealed the hair raising truths
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The group of researchers from the Cambridge University declared that the current deforestation rate, between one to two major groups of species is wiped out for every 10 percent of forest land that got cleared.

Your bite of Burger might not be that massive than the beef took out of the Amazon forest.

Your bite of Burger might not be that massive than the beef took out of the Amazon forest.
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By changing our food options or by eating more plant-based foods we can bring a drastic transformation. We can cut down carbon footprint, can save water supplies and we have to ensure that the vital production is consumed by people and not by livestock.

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