Can Brazil save the Amazon?

Energy Collective: This morning I woke up in a hotel in Manaus, Brazil, had breakfast overlooking the Negro River, then went for a run along the river's beaches. It was an enjoyable way to begin my first visit to Brazil, a six-day, government-backed, jam-packed tour with a focus on the environmental issues facing the Amazon. Environmentalists have labored for decades to protect the impossibly vast rainforests of the Amazon, which make up more than half of the world's tropical forests. But until recently ......

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