Beyond the ‘Scorched Earth:’ Paths to prevent and respond to environmental crimes in Brazil
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Environmental crimes in the Amazon are rapidly expanding. Activities such as the illegal invasion of public lands for agriculture, ranching and land speculation, fires caused by human action, illegal logging, and illegal mining, among others, cause significant environmental, climate and socioeconomic damage.