Timber logged by the company Carolina, in Itaquatiara. Amazon, Brazil.
Logging by the French company Coron in Cameroon.
A Modern Myth Based on Pseudo-Science
Aerial view of dammed shrimp ponds, with intact mangroves visible at the bottom. Previously a luxury item only consumed in some periods of the year, shrimp is now turning into an everyday product.
Digging up mangrove forest to build new shrimp ponds. To grow as many shrimp as possible and maintain overcrowded populations, large amounts of artificial feed and chemicals are added to the pools.
People sorting shrimps on long tables at the Ecuatesca packaging plant. Almost 50 percent of Ecuador mangroves have been lost, most of it attributed to shrimp farming.
Scenes of dead baby camels are not uncommon in Innner Mongolia. Mother camels do not have enough milk for the baby camels because desertification has eroded much of the grassland.
The US remains the largest single consumer of forest products worldwide, consuming approximately 9.5 billion board feet of lumber alone per year enough wood to make a board one foot wide by one inch thick that would wrap around the world more...
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