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    Friday, August 14, 2020


    amazon future brazil 58 peru 13 bolivia 8 colombia 7 venezuela 6 guyana 3 sunname 2.5 f guyans1 ecuador 1

    which country is doing best/worst for livesmatter with its share of the amazon - can an education curriculum be designed  around lessons from how to value this resource-
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    Nine countries share the Amazon basin—most of the rainforest, 58.4%, is contained within the borders of Brazil. The other eight countries include Peru with 12.8%, Bolivia with 7.7%, Colombia with 7.1%, Venezuela with 6.1%, Guyana with 3.1%, Suriname with 2.5%, French Guyana with 1.4%, and Ecuador with 1%.

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