Extinguish /Prevent Destructive Fires, Deforestation, and Forest Degradation in the Amazon

Extinguish /Prevent Destructive Fires, Deforestation, and Forest Degradation in the Amazon

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Dana Woods started this petition to Government leaders of the primary trade partners with Brazil /other Countries Containing the Amazon

(Note: This petition was begun in 2019 and not yet delivered due to severe chronic health problems of the author and also due to  Donald Trump's Presidency at the time (with the US being one of Brazil's main trade partner's) It has since been revised to address the Amazon Fires and Degradation exclusively (it previously also attempted to address fires in the Arctic ) and will be further updated to reflect the ongoing fires and degradation through 2020 and 2021, and the planetary effects of this phenomenal horror with the hope of doubling the number of signatures to 200,000 ,The author apologies for the delay and her personal limitations)

Forest fires were allowed to be set and raged unchecked for months this Summer in the Brazilian Amazon rain forest , and are still burning in some areas. The Amazon Rain Forest is one of the world's largest carbon sinks, sources of oxygen , and an important creator of world-rainfall , as well as a place with vast species diversity. and it must be adequately preserved and protected.

We call upon the nation state members of the United Nations, the trade partners of  Brazil , and the World community to:

 Require countries containing the Amazonian rain forest forest to extinguish all illegal and/or destructive fires within the geographical boundaries of their countries . We ask that countries who are trade partners with Brazil and other countries in South America which contain the Amazon Forest use trade policy, including sanctions and/or import tariffs  for leverage.

Sincerely, Dana J Woods and all signers of this petition



 

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