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Brazil wants to replant the Amazon. Where’s it going to get enough trees?

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More than two hundred million acres of the Brazilian Amazon have been clear cut or degraded. Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

Michael B. Jenkins
President and Chief Executive Officer, Forest Trends
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