According to a report, Peru has lost 49.9% of its glaciers and 3.9% of its natural vegetation in the last 37 years due to the effects of climate change and black carbon caused by fires in the Amazon.
MapBiomas Peru's first data collection showed that mining areas in the country have increased from 3,000 hectares in 1985 to 119,000 hectares in 2021, a multiplication of 39.6.
The organization also warned that the "accelerated dynamics" of change during the period studied resulted in the loss of 3.9% of natural vegetation and 49.9% of . . .
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