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In the last 40 years, the Brazilian Amazon has lost more than 18 percent of its rainforest — an area about the size of California — to illegal logging, soy agriculture, and cattle ranching. Despite the creation of protected areas in recent decades, most of the remaining forest is under threat.What is the Amazon rainforest used for?
In addition to sustaining the thousands of species that reside there, the Amazon rainforest is now also being used for intensive animal agriculture, crop production, mining and industrial development. By 2018 these activities, among others, had resulted in deforestation of 17 percent of the Amazon.How much of the Amazon rainforest has been lost in the last 40 years?
In the last 40 years, the Brazilian Amazon has lost more than 18 percent of its rainforest — an area about the size of California — to illegal logging, soy agriculture, and cattle ranching. Despite the creation of protected areas in recent decades, most of the remaining forest is under threat.What countries does the Amazon rainforest span?
While it covers 2.6 million square miles across nine countries — Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana — about 60 percent of the Amazon Basin is in Brazil, where Greenpeace has focused its efforts.