DEFORESTATION IN THE AMAZON is an interactive project exploring the history and current status of the world’s largest rainforest.
Developed by the nonpartisan organization Council on Foreign Relations, this engaging experience takes users through seven topics including an introduction, climate, people, biodiversity, history, deforestation, and reversal. The interactive resource including text, photographs, audio, video, maps, and more. In some sections, users can click for more in-depth information. Teacher resources include discussion questions, learning exercises, and links to additional materials.
Librarians will find this website provides an outstanding introduction to the key issues associated with deforestation and recovery. Feature the website along with books on related environmental issues.
To visit the website, go to https://www.cfr.org/interactives/amazon-deforestation/#/en.