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The Amazon rainforest is on the verge of collapse — and the finance industry can help to conserve it

The Amazon rainforest is the lynchpin of our planet’s health, and innovative approaches to financing can help to protect it and the communities it supports. Image: REUTERS

Marina Grossi

President, CEBDS

Ian Thompson

Executive Director, Brazil, The Nature Conservancy

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How soon the Amazon rainforest will reach the tipping point, depending on how much deforestation increases by every year, between 1% and 5%
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