Plant Trees In Brazil
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Why plant trees in Brazil?
Higher temperatures, drastic changes in rainfall, lower productivity, more illnesses and disease − these are just some of the current and expected consequences of climate change in Brazil.
- Average temperatures in Brazil will be 3º-6ºC higher by 2100 than they were at the end of the 20th century.
- Approximately 3.7 million people live in the Metropolitan Region of Recife, on Brazil's northeast Atlantic coast, and many of them have homes near the coast placing them at risk from rising sea-levels.