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Colombia's top court orders government to protect Amazon forest in landmark case
by Anastasia Moloney
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
6 April 2018
On 6 April 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Colombia's highest court has told the government it must take urgent action to protect its Amazon rainforest and stem rising deforestation, in what campaigners said was an historic moment that should help conserve forests and counter climate change. In their ruling on Thursday (5 April), the judges said that Colombia -- which is home to a swathe of rainforest roughly the size of Germany and England combined -- saw deforestation rates in its Amazon region increase by 44 percent from 2015 to 2016.
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