VOL. 7, NO. 6, PGS. 1–10


The Amazon is Getting Warmer and Drier
Its Conservation Requires Cultural, Economic and Political Consensus
Carlos A. Nobre

Carlos A. Nobre is Co-Chair of the Science Panel for the Amazon (SPA) and a researcher at the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of São Paulo (IEA/USP). He is also a foreign member of the US National Academy of Sciences and a member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, the World Academy of Sciences, and The Royal Society.

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Global climate and land use changes are pushing the Amazon tropical forest closer to a threatening tipping point: becoming a degraded open-canopy ecosystem. Throughout my career, I have always encouraged dialogues on ways to find a sustainable future for the Amazon. Regionally and globally, we have to find ways to [...]

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