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www.fao.org/docrep/009/a0789e/a0789e02.htm

As with many statistics pertaining to forests, global and regional statistics about the health of people living in forests are subject to some question. But a sense of .... Forest (and other) diseases can adversely affect people's access to foods. Illness and ..... Hunting and bushmeat utilization in the African rain forest. Washington ...

www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/11/deforestation-africa-palm-oil

Nov 17, 2016 ... Although they cover less than 7% of the earth's land surface, tropical forests are home to approximately 50% of all living things on earth. ... It could also have global impacts with scientific models showing that the complete destruction of tropical forests in central Africa would reduce rainfall in southern ...

www.hww.ca/assets/pdfs/factsheets/canadas-coastal-rainforest.pdf

deciduous trees. • Our coastal rainforest is one of the wettest non-tropical areas in the world! Description. Coastal RainforestRainforests cover less than 10 per cent of the world's land surface. This surface area is quite small on the global scale, but the impact of this ecosystem is great: rainforests can be some of the most.

www.livingrainforest.org/about-rainforests/sweet-cure-chocolate

While still best loved as a sweet confectionary, humans first used chocolate thousands of years ago as a medicine. Anxiety, fever ... The cocoa beans also contain a saturated fat which the liver converts to a beneficial unsaturated fat. As with ... The yield is especially affected by rainfall as trees are sensitive to soil dryness.

archive.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/impacts/effects/ecosystems.html

May 9, 2017 ... Most plants and animals live in areas with very specific climate conditions, such as temperature and rainfall patterns, that enable them to thrive. Any change in the climate of an area can affect the plants and animals living there, as well as the makeup of the entire ecosystem. Some species are already ...

www.greenpeace.org/usa/forests/amazon-rainforest

It's home to more than 24 million people in Brazil alone, including hundreds of thousands of Indigenous Peoples belonging to 180 different groups. ... No matter how far from the region you live, the Amazon plays an important role in all of our lives, and we all play a role in protecting the homes of thousands of people and ...

www.aqua.org/-/media/Files/Learn/Education-Baltimore-PDFs/Teacher-Booklets/LifeintheTropicalRainForest_2-4.pdf

OUTREACH PROGRAM DESCRIPTION. Life in the Tropical Rain Forest will engage students as they utilize props to create a rain forest in their own classroom. Students will explore four stations with artifacts and live animals relating to the rain forest. Please note that animals may be substituted depending upon availability.

www.markey.senate.gov/GlobalWarming/impactzones/amazon.html

The Amazon rainforest is a critical influence on South American climate and one of the world's most important carbon banks. Covering almost as much land as the contiguous United States, the Amazon is home to 20 percent of the planet's animal and plant species and stores the equivalent amount of carbon as a decade of ...

www.csmonitor.com/Science/2015/1030/How-much-did-Amazonian-natives-mess-with-the-rainforest

Oct 30, 2015 ... Pre-Columbian residents of the Amazon basin left their mark where they lived, mainly near rivers, but had little impact in the vast spaces between rivers – knowledge that could shape modern policy around Amazonian deforestation today.