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    Amazon Rainforest The amazon rainforest is being destroyed by humans to clear space to grow sugar for ethanol productions. One way to solve this issue is to stop using cars that need e10 fuel. The Amazon rainforest is located in South America the countries that have the amazon rainforest as their border are Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. The amazon rainforest is located 10 degrees north and south of the equator and is 2/3 of South…

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    McDonalds or a JW Marriott, western culture is an overarching presence in Latin America. Not only can it potentially interfere with the current culture of the country, it also exploits the land and resources in the area. In Through the Arc of the Rainforest, Yamashita discusses the globalization process through overarching American corporations westernizing Southern America. Because of this, nature is exploited and not left to be natural. Increased western presences have had its effect on…

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    The Amazon Rainforest; what all lurks within has been somewhat of a mystery. Although, what isn’t a mystery is the deforestation happening there. Some can argue that deforestation can actually benefit society, but is it benefits really long term? Is it really worth it to hack down one of the largest forests just to get some short term profits instead of thinking about the climate impact just the rainforest has by itself on the world? Even so, the environmental problems that we face do not just…

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    The amazon rainforest is the earths largest rainforest. It is a vast region that covers about 40% of South America and is full of diversity and beauty. The rainforest holds about 90-140 metric tons of carbon that helps steady local and global climate. However, in the section that is in Peru, gold mining and deforestation has negatively impacted the forest resulting in the climate to affect animals, plants and even people. More than 30 million people live in the amazon and depend on the resources…

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    The Amazon Rainforest is being harmed in many different ways and Amazonians, Rubber tappers, Loggers, Settlers, Cattle Ranchers and the Environmental Groups, are trying to save it. My Interest Group I choose was The Rubber Tappers. I think the Rubber Tappers deserve to control the land because they are very beneficial to the rainforest and everyday resources because rubber tappers should be able to control the land because they're trying to save the trees from being illegally cut down, rubber…

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    Each rainforest differs in the animals it inhabits. Some of the animals that can be found are insects, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals (EL, 2014: para.4). The animals live in the four layers of the rainforest. The Emergent layer: This is for animals such as parrots, vultures and eagles, macaws. The vultures help eat the dead animals which help keep the rainforest clean, the birds from this layer also help to create new plants in this rainforest by eating seeds then dropping them…

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    The tropical rainforest climate is very diverse and interesting. The combination of the climate, vegetation, animals, and uses that the tropical rainforest provides is extensive. One day I will visit one of the few locations of the tropical rainforest, but first I need to know some basic information; where the tropical rainforest is located, the climate and weather, vegetation, animal life, production and people, and impact on the biome. This biome is located on the equator but doesn’t restrict…

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    a major hit. This method was extremely effective because it not only directly benefited the environment, but also inspired the community to collaborate to accomplish a goal. Disney’s efforts were primarily concentrated on the Amazon and Atlantic Rainforest, mainly because it had suffered the most damage and was home to 25 out of the 69 critically endangered species that inhabited Brazil. Asides from preserving the native animals in the forests, the campaign also benefited the atmosphere, as 20…

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    Tropical rainforests are important as they are home to more than 2 million species, which represents over half of the world’s species of plants, animals, insects and a great variety of fungi. This also contributes to the huge biodiversity of the rainforests. The continuous canopy of the trees is a habitat for some species of plants to grow and animals can live in. Tropical rainforests are also home to indigenous people, who depend on the rainforests for their resources for survival. According…

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    Tropical Rainforests used to make up 12% of the earth's land but sadly because of deforestation it only makes up 6% of the earth's land. The tropical rainforests get their name from the yearly rain fall; an average of 392.5 cm of rain drowns the Tropical rainforests around the world, tropical rainforests are the home of half of the worlds animals and plants, 70% of the plants in Tropical Rainforests are trees, 40% of all the oxygen in the world gets produced in Tropical Rainforests around the…

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