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What these ultradetailed maps reveal about nature and us

At first glance, these ultra-detailed maps might look ordinary. But as you dig deeper, MapBiomas’ diligent records of Brazil’s land cover speak volumes about the changes in water surface, the devastating impacts of wildfires and which communities need help on the ground.They could even help us understand the climate crisis and get us one step closer to finding solutions. Watch the full interview with Tasso Azevedo, Founder and General Coordinator of MapBiomas to find out more.


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