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'There is no climate catastrophe': Brazil hits back as Amazon continues to burn

SBS Wednesday, 11 September 2019
Brazil's foreign minister says there is no climate catastrophe and denied the government is burning down the Amazon rainforest.
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News video: 10 Things That Would Happen if the Amazon Rainforest Was Destroyed

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The natural world is something to be protected. For this list, we’re looking at all the devastating things that could unfold if this tropical basin is burned to the ground. Welcome to WatchMojo and today we’ll be counting down 10 things that would happen if the Amazon Rainforest was destroyed.

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