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Brazil ‘s onslaught on the Amazon

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Brazil continues to destroy Amazon

let’s not forget the importance of the Amazon .. We take it for granted, have burned it for decades, destroyed its almighty fauna and flora ; To make matters worse we keep on battering it – by constructing a monster dam that has all the pre requisites of becoming the show case of destruction. We are acting dumb. Let us combine forces to force President Dilma to STOP this outrageous project, and save the indigenous people of the AMAZON. RT Tweet, post .. http://africasiaeuro.com/wordpress/?p=1852 – ( PS: YOU CAN USE THE TWEET BUTTON AND FIELD ON THE PAGE )


Brazilian President Dilma of Brazil is approving controversial dam project that allows 400 000 Hectares of rain forest to be inundated
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  1. March 30, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    Brazilian authorities are claiming that the deforestation of the Amazon has hit an all time low this year since Brazilian authorities began keeping records in 1988.

    After a historic peak of 10,700 square miles of deforestation in 2003-2004, the 2010-2011 period has reported the lowest amount of deforestation

    • March 30, 2012 at 4:33 pm

      Thank you for your comments. I am – and so are many others – of the opinion that the Amazon should not be a trading platform where one can reap money from.
      If the government has in fact reduced the deforestation – then why is it allowing the construction of the #Belomonte dam – a project which is highly controversial – and will inundate more than the government claimed 400 000 Hectares of rain forest, and displace 40 000 indigenous people from their ancestral land.
      This comes even more controversial as the former Minister of Environment Dilma, now turned President – gives suddenly her approval for the construction to begin.
      She who resigned because of the environmental records of her predecessor President Da Silva – gives now the green light to construct the environmentally damaging dam project ?
      If the deforestation has declined – which I highly doubt it did – then why go on and give a ‘Coup de grace’ to the fragile Eco system in the Amazon ?
      Future generations will not know President Dilma and her government, they will know a destroyed rain forest, and devastated Eco system of the Xingu and Para State.
      All contributes to our global climate changes, changes that have a far reaching effect beyond President Dilma ‘s imagination.
      A rain forest that has taken Millions of years to evolve will be severely disturbed by another attack such as this one.
      And we have many more on the drawing board.
      God forgive you people for destroying our artery of life, all the Billions you make from this destruction won’t buy you peace and happiness.

      We must save the AMAZON today or face the consequences tomorrow.

  2. March 30, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    We need to consider the damage already done, not increase the devastating effects past mismanagement has inflicted on the rain forest.

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