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Climate change: Technology boosts efforts to curb tree loss in Amazon
by Matt McGrath, Environment Correspondent
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18 July 2021
On 18 July 2021 BBC News reported:
Technology can help indigenous communities to significantly curb deforestation, according to a new study. Indigenous people living in the Peruvian Amazon were equipped by conservation groups with satellite data and smartphones. They were able to reduce tree losses by half in the first year of the project.
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