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Indigenous groups rally to protect Latin America's threatened forests
by Megan Rowling
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13 December 2019
On 13 December 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Central American countries are teaming up to conserve the region's five great forests as part of a regional climate action plan released at U.N. climate talks in Madrid this week, the alliance behind the effort said. The coalition of governments, indigenous people, green groups and others announced a plan to protect 10 million hectares of forests and degraded land inside those forests -- an area roughly the size of Guatemala -- by 2030.
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In the last 15 years, three of the forests have been reduced by almost one-quarter in size, with illegal cattle ranching responsible for more than 90 percent of recent deforestation, it said.
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