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Scientists Sound Alarm on Urgent Environmental Crisis

The Guardian brings alarming news as scientists warn of the Amazon rainforest's potential tipping point by 2050, signaling a critical threat to global biodiversity, climate stability, and indigenous communities. This warning emphasizes the urgent need for immediate and concerted action to combat deforestation, protect biodiversity, and mitigate climate change impacts. Let's raise literacy about the imminent danger facing one of our planet's most vital ecosystems and advocate for urgent measures to preserve it. Our collective efforts are vital in safeguarding the Amazon rainforest and mitigating the far-reaching consequences of its degradation for the entire planet. We have no planet B, let's join our hands to heal the broken planet. For more information, read the article here:

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  • Grace Njeri

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    The most urgent and impactful contemporary environmental crises need urgent attention.

    • We Don't Have Time

      8 w

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      • George Kariuki

        8 w

        Let's use this warning as a catalyst for collective action, demanding change from ourselves, our leaders, and corporations. Together, we can still protect the Amazon, mitigate climate change, and build a livable future for all.

        • walter lungayi

          9 w

          This is a critical issue that requires immediate attention and action from global leaders and citizens alike.

          • Lucinda Ramsay

            9 w

            When I was a child I worried about the amazon, acid rain, green house effect and killing of elephants, was an endless list of worry and that was 40 years ago!! I'm still worrying about it all.. why haven't things changed? 🌍😩

            • Joseph Githinji

              9 w

              A major reason why climate action activities must be hightened to protect the Amazon rainforest from the adverse effects of climate change.

              • Kevin

                9 w

                This is the near future and action must be taken to protect the Amazon

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