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BRAZIL - Establish 25 million hectares of new protected areas by 2000

Posted on 01 April 1998    
A view of the Paraiba South River at Resende. Forest-Water Interrelation in Protected Areas and No-Cutting Zones at the Paraiba do Sul River Basin Project, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A view of the Paraiba South River at Resende. Forest-Water Interrelation in Protected Areas and No-Cutting Zones at the Paraiba do Sul River Basin Project, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
© WWF / Edward PARKER
Twenty-five million hectares of new protected areas will be established by the year 2000.
A view of the Paraiba South River at Resende. Forest-Water Interrelation in Protected Areas and No-Cutting Zones at the Paraiba do Sul River Basin Project, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A view of the Paraiba South River at Resende. Forest-Water Interrelation in Protected Areas and No-Cutting Zones at the Paraiba do Sul River Basin Project, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
© WWF / Edward PARKER Enlarge

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