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Amazon forests turn into carbon dioxide hotspots

The Amazon rainforest, which is one of the places where problems such as climate change and deforestation cause the most damage, has started to become a carbon dioxide home, according to a new study.

In a study published in the journal Nature, it was seen that the rainforests, especially in the southeast, started to become a source of carbon dioxide in the data collected. According to the study, forests now emit more carbon dioxide than they absorb. In the study; It has been stated that billions of tons of carbon dioxide have been released into the atmosphere in the last ten years. Scientists stated that the biggest reasons for this are global warming and deforestation .

The Amazon rainforest is vital to our planet. These forests were described as the ” lungs ” of our planet, but the effects of climate change and deforestation have had a frightening effect on these ” carbon dioxide sponges “

. Researchers stated that between 2010 and 2019, forests emitted 20% more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, while forests emitted three times more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than they absorb. It is stated that this released carbon dioxide accelerates climate change.

Scientists have stated that a ” global unity ” is needed to save rainforests, which are critical to our plants.

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