Conservation is not enough - we need to restore the Amazon forest
Forest restoration is essential to prevent the Amazon from reaching a tipping point that would release more than 200 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. Image: NASA Earth Observatory
Carlos NobreSenior Researcher, University of São Paulo’s Institute for Advanced Studies
Nathália NascimentoMember, Science Panel for the Amazon
Julia ArieiraMember, Science Panel for the Amazon
Pedro H. S. BrancalionMember, Science Panel for the Amazon
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