Hundreds of hectares of pristine rainforest destroyed by illegal gold mining in Venezuela! — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

Over 1,200 hectares of pristine rainforest in Venezuela’s southern Bolívar state have been destroyed by unregulated mining operations and other illegal activities taking place within the so-called Orinoco Mining Arc. 41 more words Hundreds of hectares of pristine rainforest destroyed by illegal mining in Venezuela — Ecoamazônia

Hundreds of hectares of pristine rainforest destroyed by illegal gold mining in Venezuela! — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

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4 thoughts on “Hundreds of hectares of pristine rainforest destroyed by illegal gold mining in Venezuela! — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

      1. Some people are burying their heads in the sand. Some leaders are still denying climate change, when it is now right in our faces. In the 1980’s we used to predict that unless we change our ways in a hundred years we would be in trouble. We where wrong. It didn’t take 100 years. It took less much less.

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