Does the EPA have information about rainforest destruction?
There are currently no EPA pages principally on rainforest destruction. Please refer to the following agencies or organizations for further information.
The Rainforest Action Network has links to information on Rainforest Destruction at the following URL: http://ran.org/forests
The Rainforest Action Network also provides links to a number of publications: http://ran.org/publications/3205
Causes of Rainforest Destruction are listed at the following Save the Rainforest URL: http://www.savetherainforest.org/savetherainforest_006.htm
If you are interested in the preservation of rainforests, you may also want to visit the Forest Facts Adopt an Acre program Web site from The Nature Conservatory: http://adopt.nature.org/
If you would like more facts about rainforests, you may wish to visit NASA's Earth Observatory page: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Experiments/Biome/biorainforest.php
NASA also has a featured article on Tropical Deforestation: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/Deforestation/
You may also want to visit your local public library to find information on this topic. The reference staff may be able to assist you in locating the resources you need for your research.
For information on other environmental issues for children and students, you may want to visit one the following:
EPA Students for the Environment: http://www.epa.gov/students/index.html
External Links Disclaimer: Please be aware that links to non-EPA sites do not imply any official EPA endorsement. Furthermore, EPA does not accept any responsibility for the opinions, ideas, data or products presented at those locations, or guarantee the validity of the information provided. EPA does not guarantee the suitability of the information for any specific purpose.
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