Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Amazon-Deforestation-in-Brazil-27MZIFMQ1ZE.htmlConceptually similarAmazon Deforestation in BrazilGP0UBCCompleted★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP014J8Completed★★★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP01EMECompleted★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP01150Completed★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP01E3LCompleted★★★★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP0QDSCompleted★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP0HDNCompleted★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP0HWJCompleted★★★★Amazon Deforestation in BrazilGP09MKCompleted★★★★View AllGP0HWHAmazon Deforestation in BrazilView from above on a flight from Manaus to Santarem. This is an illegally logged area spanning 1645 hectares which has been logged to plant soy. The expansion of soya plantations in the Amazon is the leading cause of deforestation in the region as huge areas are cleared to meet agricultural demand. Greenpeace document a number of areas in the Amazon, looking at people, natural wildlife and the impact that the soya industry is having on the rainforest landscape.Locations:Brazil-Gleba do Pacoval-ParáDate:20 Feb, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Daniel BeltráMaximum size:2336px X 3504pxKeywords:Aerial view-Agricultural land-Commercial logging-Day-Deforestation-Destruction-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Rainforests-TreesShoot:Amazon Deforestation Documentation in BrazilGreenpeace document a number of geographical locations in the Amazon, looking at the impacts of deforestation on various aspects of forest life. They look at people, natural wildlife and the landscape which has drastically altered as huge areas are cleared to meet agricultural demand. Soya plantations are the leading cause of deforestation in the region.