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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 RBAS Partnership with Japan The relationship with Japan has always been an important one. Since 2012 contribution from Japan through the supplementarry budget represented the largest cost sharing contribution to RBAS COs. RBAS with the establishment of its Partnership Unit is striving to elevate certain priority relationships to a more strategic level as well as increase the amount of funding received. At the current rate of deforestation, all tropical rainforestswill be gone by 2110. development of partnership over the last 12 months 25% 5% Other Logging 10% *Other includesurbanization, dams,mining, etc. 40% Smallholding agriculture Cattle ranching 20% CO2 Save The Rainforest! - Plant trees!- Boycott destructive companies - Reduce your beef consumption - Spread the word! 2011201220132014 EQUIVALENT TO 13 FOOTBALL FIELDS funds received from Japan since 2011 WHAT IS AFFECTED BY TROPICAL DEFORESTATION? Deforestation represents of greenhouse emissions 15% Disruption of Water Cycles Increased Greenhouse Gas Emissions Disruption of Water Cycles Rainforests contain170,000 of the world's 250,000 plant species No trees to anchor fertile soil. Animal Species Soil Erosion Imbalance in perticipationand river flow Inbalance in trophic levels &increased fighting for living area.-> Extinction Deforestation Drivers Large-scale agriculture SOURCES: - - - No trees = carbon sink = climate change = 60,000 hectares double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally.
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