Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon fell 36 percent in the first four months of 2023, compared to the same period last year, after the loss of 1,203 square kilometers of forest, according to a study by the Institute of Man and Environment of the Amazon (Imazon) released today, Thursday, by the local press.
Despite the reduction of almost a third compared to the last period, the area devastated in the first four months of this year represents the third worst result in efforts to preserve the biome since 2008, added the Brazilian institution.
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