Brazil

Politics is failing to protect the Amazon. It's time for finance to step up instead

The combined effects of massive deforestation and climate change look set to dry out the Amazon Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

Beatrice Crona

Associate professor, deputy science director, Stockholm Resilience Centre

Victor Galaz

Deputy Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre

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