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    Edit Title 1:JULIA ROBERTS IS
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    Edit Title 1:HARRISON FORD IS
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    Edit Title 1:EDWARD NORTON IS
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    Edit Title 1:PENELOPE CRUZ IS
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    Edit Title 1:ROBERT REDFORD IS
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    Edit Title 1:IAN SOMERHALDER IS
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    Edit Title 1:LUPITA NYONG´O IS
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    As precious as the air that we breathe, our forests make life on Earth possible

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    EditResult value:32 million
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    Deforestation
    Forests help to provide us the very air we breathe, yet we still cut down Portugal-sized chunks of forest every year. Tropical forests cover less than just 5 percent of the Earth’s surface, but global deforestation threatens their long-term survival, as well as the survival of the wildlife — and humans — that rely on them. The Amazon rainforest region alone accounts for 20 percent of the world’s freshwater, 10 percent of the world’s known species, and as many human inhabitants as New York City, Tokyo and Mexico City combined.

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    Global emissions
    Through deforestation, we are not only generating the comparable levels of global greenhouse gas emissions of all the cars and trucks on the planet — we’re diminishing one of our greatest partners in addressing climate change. Forests, including the Amazon rainforest, absorb and store more carbon than exists in the Earth’s atmosphere. Destroying them, on the other hand, emits significant amounts of carbon dioxide right back into the atmosphere and reduces the amount of extra carbon that can be absorbed on Earth.

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    Human impact
    Nearly a quarter of the people on Earth rely on forest-generated resources including wild food, fuelwood and medicine – yet humans are clearing out forests at an extraordinary rate. Forest products like timber, fruit and nature-based pharmaceuticals also account for US$ 300 billion in annual revenue. Additionally, each tree that lives at least 50 years provides enough breathable oxygen for about four people per year, truly making them “the lungs of the Earth.”

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    Protecting our forests, protect our climate

    Through science, policy and partnerships, CI protects tropical forests, our greatest natural ally in confronting climate change: Forests represent 30 percent of global actions needed to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. CI has helped protect 40 million hectares (99 million acres) of tropical forests, and we are working to eliminate deforestation in the Amazon by 2020.

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    EditCaption Description:CI's three-pronged strategy to protect a forest that absorbs destructive greenhouse gases, provide essential water, foods and medicines, and supports important livelihoods and biodiversity.
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    EditImage Alt Text:Entomologist Chris Marshall and assistants collecting symbiotic moths from the fur of a Three-toed Sloth.
    EditCaption Title:BLOG: 5 rainforest species that could save your life
    EditCaption Description:In the time it takes you to read this sentence, several football fields worth of rainforest have been destroyed. Another 2,000 trees will be cut down in the next 55 seconds. This is bad news for many reasons, including the fact that many species native to rainforests hold the potential to save countless human lives. Here are five of them.
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    EditCaption Description:Conservation International ​is helping to apply a low-carbon development strategy to help secure a healthy and sustainable future for the culturally and biologically rich Rupununi region in southern Guyana.
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    EditCaption Title:Stopping deforestation in the Amazon by 2020? It’s possible
    EditCaption Description:Is zero net deforestation in Amazonia — or anywhere — even possible? And if so, how?
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      Forests provide food, livelihoods — even the air we breathe. Yet they are being lost at an astonishing rate.

      Find out what’s at stake — and how a small investment in stopping deforestation could reap major savings for everyone.

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      How can you help?

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      EditNewsletter Message:Add your name to the fight against global deforestation. Join our email list and receive regular updates about our work protecting rainforests and other vital habitats around the world.
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