Between destructive fires and four decades of rapid deforestation, the largest rainforest in the world, is being destroyed at an alarming rate. Now, people worry that the Amazon is at a tipping point of ecological collapse due to both domestic and foreign demand for minerals and land. Adam Yamaguchi hiked into the Brazilian rainforest to see what is driving the deforestation and what locals think.

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