The 2000-Year-Old Farmers Saving the Amazon Today

Thousands of years ago, indigenous farmers in the Amazon created exceptionally fertile soil. Today, scientists think it could restore the succession of rainforest plants and help reverse the effects of climate change. Hosted by: Stefan Chin (he/him)
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