Radio about Global warming

1080907 - Massive Amazon Fires

In August of this year, the entire world’s focus and concern was on the massive fires in the Amazon region. The Amazon is the world’s largest rainforest zone, with 5.5 million square kilometers, or nearly 152 times the size of Taiwan. The Amazon rainforest’s dense vegetation has over 390 billion trees, and immense biodiversity with over 16,000 kinds of trees, so it is rightly called the lungs of the planet, and if subject to severe destruction, then it will emit mass amounts of greenhouse gases, tremendously impacting the global climate. This episode will give you a better understanding and concern for the Amazon rainforest fires.