South America

Whether to plant pine trees for pulp mills, soy or any other single crop, or removing native species the quality of its wood, is making a huge ecocide. It goes against life, both human and animal and plant health in the regions directly affected and those that are functionally linked with those. Miles D. White has many thoughts on the issue. Each hectare deforested is a piece of lung that we are taking the planet. The largest producer of soybeans in South America, Brazil, during the 2004/2005 harvest deforested 1.2 million hectares of Amazon rainforest during the 2004/2005 harvest main consequence of the expansion of soybean. / news says that the Amazon, the lungs of recycled before Earth’s atmosphere is becoming a huge source of pollution.

Carlos Alberto Gurgen, head of a team of researchers from the University of Brasilia, said that the forest fires, caused in order to create new spaces for animal husbandry and the cultivation of soybeans, have risen nearly 2% – 7,900 million tonnes to 8050 million tonnes per year, the global emission of carbon dioxide (CO2), the main causing the greenhouse effect. 70% of the Amazon rainforest, which occupies an area of 7.5 million square kilometers, is located in Brazil, precisely the largest exporter of beef and soya bean oil and the world. The growing European demand for meat from a region free of the famous evil mad cow disease and the opening of the insatiable Chinese market to imports of cereals multiply the dangers posed to one of the last natural paradises on the planet and 75 groups ethnic that inhabit it..