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On 9/23/2014, more than 30 countries set a deadline to end deforestation by 2030. Brazil's refusal to join the agreement was a huge setback for the declaration. As the owner of the world's largest rainforest, Brazil's particiation in pacts such as these are critical to the globe's environmental health. Show Brazil you're serious about their deforestation policies! Take action and sign below!
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In 2011, the Brazilian government declared its intent to keep deforestation from ruining its Amazonian rainforest. President Dilma Roussef herself even promised not to allow more deforestation or pardon for environmental criminals.

But since then, the fight against loggers seems to be a losing one as deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon has only seen a sharp increase — as has violence against those trying to stand up for the environment.

The pressure is on President Roussef now. If she does not step up and honor her promise to keep the Brazilian Amazon safe from further logging, the forest will be in grave danger, as will all of its inhabitants — human or otherwise.

Write to President Roussef telling her to keep her promise for the Brazilian Amazon!

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Dear President Dilma Roussef,

I was very happy to hear of your promise to keep the Brazilian Amazon safe from more logging and deforestation. Your vision was to cut deforestation in this area by 80% by the year 2020.

But it looks like things are only getting worse as deforestation has increased sharply since you made this promise. I cannot stand by while you allow selfish and commercial interests to get in the way of the health of the environment.

I am asking that you honor your promise and speak out for what is right. If you allow this to continue, the ecosystem of the Amazon will be in grave danger.

Please honor your word.

Thank you.

Petition Signatures


Jul 27, 2015 Jennifer Haverkamp
Jul 27, 2015 Monneron Sophie
Jul 25, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 25, 2015 Midge Tuley
Jul 25, 2015 Shaheen Dhapol
Jul 24, 2015 Julie Golden
Jul 24, 2015 KEY KLAUS
Jul 21, 2015 Ondraea Bartlett
Jul 21, 2015 linda berit hansen
Jul 20, 2015 Sheena Pettigrew
Jul 20, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 20, 2015 Holly Scanlon
Jul 20, 2015 Della Amparan
Jul 20, 2015 hennie beavis
Jul 20, 2015 Gunnar Lien
Jul 20, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 19, 2015 Baagheera An
Jul 18, 2015 Patricia A Compton
Jul 18, 2015 holly masih
Jul 17, 2015 Nanci A Prado
Jul 16, 2015 Carrie Tomas
Jul 16, 2015 Rosa Pereira
Jul 16, 2015 Zane Platina
Jul 16, 2015 Jerry Batten
Jul 15, 2015 Mirosław Sulima
Jul 15, 2015 Denise Plymale
Jul 15, 2015 Carolyn Bridges
Jul 15, 2015 Jose Rodriguez
Jul 15, 2015 felicia gonzales
Jul 15, 2015 Darren Cook
Jul 15, 2015 Andres Luengo
Jul 15, 2015 Steven Prow
Jul 15, 2015 Caroline Miller
Jul 15, 2015 Ingrid Farina
Jul 15, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 15, 2015 David Sickles
Jul 15, 2015 Karen Dearborn
Jul 15, 2015 louis gauci
Jul 15, 2015 NIna Schafer
Jul 15, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 14, 2015 Jo-ann Tellado
Jul 14, 2015 David Gordon
Jul 13, 2015 RODOLFO Conde
Jul 13, 2015 Leah Way
Jul 13, 2015 Diana Covington
Jul 13, 2015 tony smyth he soils of the forest are so thin, that once you kill the trees the soil beneath is dead in just few years. Plus you have a major water shortage. Stop cutting these trees. They are too vital for the planets wellbeing.
Jul 13, 2015 Adrienne Ross
Jul 13, 2015 William Ronald The Amazonian ecosystem is among the most vital in this world and may be the source of untold cures for diseases. We must preserve it.
Jul 13, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 13, 2015 Lucille Lietzau

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