What If We Cleared the Amazon?
The Amazon Forest, by far the largest on Earth, is home to an amazing array of plants and animals. But recent news about the Amazon has shifted away from these amazing discoveries to the issue of deforestation. Nine developing countries surrounding the Amazon have accelerated their dependance on the forest’s resources to help their own causes. So far, an incredible 20 percent of the Amazon has been cleared to make room for things such as livestock and soy farms to feed the animals. And that percentage is predicted to reach 27 percent by 2030. In light of this stunning turnaround, Atlas Pro takes on the hypothetical question: What if we cleared the Amazon Forest? Tune in for the shocking answers.ARVE Error: need id and provider