Brazil's Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Marina Silva, warned yesterday that the destruction of the Amazon is reaching a "point of no return" and could be irreversible.
During a seminar on Sustainable Development in the Amazon, Silva defended that the point of reference for the Amazon Summit to be held in the coming weeks should be the so-called "point of no return", a critical threshold beyond which climate change is no longer reversible.
According to her, this term will give greater scope to the standard sustainable development policy, which will be built during the meeting to bring . . .
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