Forest & Drugs: Coca-Driven Deforestation In Tropical Biodiversity Hotspots

Forest & Drugs: Coca-Driven Deforestation in Tropical Biodiversity Hotspots

Executive Summary

The main impact of biodiversity loss is the extinction of species, which are unrecoverable. The disordered human interference in the environment is a major cause of biodiversity loss worldwide. Plants and animals have been wiped out very quickly by human action. The rate of extermination of species caused by humans is 50 to 100 times higher than the rates of extinction by natural causes. If one side wins biodiversity on the planet with the increase in the surface of protected areas, the other loses with deforestation at high levels, the decline of ...
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