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Condenando El Bosque

En junio de 2018, el Instituto de Hidrología, Meteorología y Estudios Ambientales, IDEAM, reportó que dos tercios de la deforestación en Colombia durante el 2017 ocurrió en tres departamentos de la región amazónica: Caquetá, Putumayo y Amazonas. En conjunto, dichosdepartamentos perdieron alrededor de 144.147 hectáreas de bosque, más del doble del área deforestada en 2016. Análisis de imágenes satelitales recientes indican que estos valores continuaron creciendo en 2018 y que el 2019 está en camino a ser el peor año en la historia. Estas estadísticas generan preguntas difíciles. ¿Cuáles son los factores que contribuyen a este incremento alarmante en la deforestación de uno de los bosques tropicales de mayor importancia ecológica del planeta?

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