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Chaco Forest Deforestation Monitoring in July 2021 

Chaco Forest Deforestation Monitoring in July 2021 

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GP1SVHMI 
07/02/2021 
The Gran Chaco is the second largest forest ecosystem in South America, after the Amazon. Divided amongst Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, and a small part of Brazil, the Gran Chaco is home to 3,400 plant species, 500 bird species, 150 mammals, 120 reptiles, and 100 amphibians. There are also more than 4 million people living in the region, around 8% of whom are Indigenous People depending on the forest to obtain food, water, lumber, and medicine.

Greenpeace Argentina conducted an overflight in July 2021 and detected the deforestation of 10,329 hectares of Gran Chaco forests in the province of Chaco during the last 8 months, despite the fact that the provincial government suspended all clearings in November 2020 
Chaco Forest Deforestation Monitoring
02 July, 2021 
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Chaco Forest Deforestation Monitoring
02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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Chaco Forest Deforestation Monitoring
02 July, 2021 
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Chaco Forest Deforestation Monitoring
02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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02 July, 2021 
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