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The Brazilian Amazon lost about 18 trees per second in 2021 as deforestation in the country increased by more than 20 percent, according to a satellite data-based report released Monday. The Mapbiomas report said the country lost some 16,557 square kilometers (1.65 million hectares) of indigenous vegetation in 2021 — an area bigger than Northern Ireland. In 2020, the area lost was 13,789 square kilometers. Nearly 60 percent of land deforested in 2021 was in the Amazon, the world’s largest tropical rainforest, the report said. “In the Amazon alone, 111.6 hectares per hour or 1.9 hectares per m…

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