In Paraguay, a forest under siege
FILADELFIA, Paraguay - The Chaco thorn forest, a domain with 120-degree temperatures so forbidding that Paraguayans call it their "green hell," covers an expanse about the size of Poland.
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Auckland, New Zealand
#1 Mar 28, 2012
Simply, millions of people cannot enjoy the Cintre lifestyle because obviously the planet cannot sustain it, when the forest is gone the millions of mouths will still be there, how do the Paraguayan and Brazilian governments balance their books?, or sleep at night?, or afford condoms?.
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