In Brazil’s Maranhao State, indigenous groups are battling a powerful logging mafia to protect the region’s remaining and fragile Amazon rainforest. After years of decline, deforestation is again on the rise, threatening a terrifying climate change tipping point. Special correspondent Sam Eaton reports with support from the Pulitzer Center, in collaboration with The Nation and PRI’s The World.
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