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 Sea Change Radio 
 Weekly Program
 Karla Mendes
 Sea Change Radio  
The Amazon is burning. And we’re not talking about the ubiquitous online store, although profit and commerce are just as involved. According to preliminary data from the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE), deforestation of the Amazon rose 92 percent in the past year to 2,472 square miles – an area larger than the state of Delaware. And these fires, while posing a grave risk for wildfires, are not naturally-occurring. These are for-profit fires, intentionally set and on the rise, fueled by a right-wing government hostile to environmental interests. This week on Sea Change Radio, we get an inside glimpse into this environmental disaster with Brazilian environmental journalist, Karla Mendes. A Contributing Editor to Mongabay, Mendes explains how the new right-wing government in Brazil has paved the way for deforestation and exploitation by big business in some of the world’s most pristine rain forests. Then, we cast our net to the archives and hear from sea forager extraordinaire, Kirk Lombard.
Track: Ma
Artist: Tom Zé
Album: Brazil Classics, Vol. 4: The Best of Tom Zé – Massive Hits
Label: Luaka Bop
Year: 1990

Track: Sodade
Artist: Cesaria Evora
Album: Miss Perfumado
Label: Lusafrica
Year: 1992

Track: Mas, Que Nada
Artist: Tamba Trio
Album: Avanço
Label: Philips
Year: 1963

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00:29:00 English 2019-09-10
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