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A timelapse showing the devastating effects of deforestation of the Amazon forest and Madagascar, caught from satellites.
Satellite images give us an extraordinary perspective on deforestation and just how vast the problem has become. In Madagascar, we see the effects of an 80% reduction in forest over 30 years. With so few trees left to hold the red earth in place, it shifts from the island into the rivers. It looks as if Madagascar is bleeding.
Cameras in space tell stories of life on our planet from a brand new perspective, revealing new discoveries, incredible colours and patterns, and just how fast it is changing.
Earth From Space | Episode 4 | BBC
- 1.When Wildlife Tourism Hurts Animals | National Geographic
- 2.Threat to the Amazon rainforest l A New Climate
- 3.Amazon Deforestation – BBC News
- 4.On the front lines of the battle against Amazon deforestation
- 5.Satellite shows extent of terrible destruction to the planet – BBC
- 6.The fight for Brazil’s rainforest
- 7.What If We CLEARED the Amazon?
- 8.Illegal Loggers: The Tribe Waging War in the Amazon
- 9.Amazon rainforest: ‘Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever’ – BBC News