The Amazon rainforest, which is renowned for its biodiversity and the effects that quality has on ecosystems all around the world, is one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Scientists issued a warning in 2019 that significant portions of the rainforest were on the verge of transitioning to grasslands as a result
of the region's recent negative impacts from climate change. An updated analysis offers an even grimmer outlook on the future of the Amazon.
A recent research raises the possibility that the harm done to substantial areas of the rainforest may be irreparable, as Andrew Downie reports for The Guardian.
The Amazonian Network of Georeferenced Socio-Environmental Information and the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin collaborated on the study
This study is noteworthy since it covers all nine nations where there are rainforests in some form.