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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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Sponsored by: The Rainforest Site

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

Dec 19, 2014 Sue Hickford
Dec 19, 2014 Pablo Vázquez
Dec 18, 2014 Bob Shanahan
Dec 18, 2014 Laura Tysinger
Dec 17, 2014 Terry Nash
Dec 16, 2014 Paul Robinson
Dec 16, 2014 Josianne Rigoli
Dec 16, 2014 jonathan hoppe
Dec 16, 2014 mieke wilms
Dec 15, 2014 Rick Mier
Dec 15, 2014 Meghan Trew
Dec 15, 2014 Dulcie Camp
Dec 15, 2014 Debbie Wickson
Dec 15, 2014 Cindy Bassar
Dec 15, 2014 jeff boden
Dec 15, 2014 Rosa Rodriguez
Dec 14, 2014 Sally Benardo
Dec 14, 2014 suzy bonello
Dec 14, 2014 Rita Ross
Dec 13, 2014 Lydia LaGue
Dec 13, 2014 Houston Wong
Dec 13, 2014 Lori Pillow
Dec 13, 2014 lorraine foster
Dec 12, 2014 John Taylor Jr
Dec 12, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Dec 12, 2014 Crystal Hill
Dec 10, 2014 Marcie Martin
Dec 9, 2014 Denise Miller
Dec 8, 2014 Melissa Urena
Dec 7, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Dec 7, 2014 Tatiana Musatova
Dec 6, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Dec 6, 2014 H Steinberg
Dec 6, 2014 (Name not displayed) Please help conserve this mighty earth and all of its wonderous habitats, especially one as amazing as the Brazilian rainforest
Dec 6, 2014 jane hughes
Dec 5, 2014 Tiffany Norton
Dec 5, 2014 Anastasia Lamers
Dec 5, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Dec 4, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Dec 4, 2014 Carmen Mora
Dec 4, 2014 Magali Frederic
Dec 4, 2014 clovis franco
Dec 4, 2014 Daniela melo
Dec 4, 2014 Stacey Vickery
Dec 4, 2014 amanda fisher
Dec 4, 2014 Hailey Grant
Dec 4, 2014 Maija Dravnieks Stop causing drought for shortsighted profit for the few. Water and oxygen is more important than logging.
Dec 4, 2014 Jessica Warren
Dec 4, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Dec 4, 2014 Nathan Strawbridge Brazil should be forced to enter the agreement just like someone should step in and override the Australian government regaring the damage done to The Great Barrier Reef. 30 years seems like a long time but it is better than continuing with it.

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