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Deforestation in Brazil savannah ticked up in 2017 after 2016 drop
by Jake Spring
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21 June 2018
On 21 June 2018 Reuters reported:
Deforestation in Brazil's vast savannah, which takes up 25 percent of the country, ticked up in 2017 after a sharp drop in 2016, the Environment Ministry said on Thursday (21 June), outpacing destruction of the Amazon rainforest. Destruction of native vegetation in the region known as the Cerrado ... The Cerrado's plant life is a major carbon sink and its preservation is considered vital to Brazilian efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. ... The remaining grassland is knit through with deep roots likened to an 'underground forest' that also locks large amounts of carbon in the soil.
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