More than 90 percent of Mexico’s Lacandon Jungle deforested
More forest is being lost every year – mainly for farming – despite conservation efforts.
The future is not looking good for the last remaining tropical rainforest in southern Mexico.
More than 90 percent of the Lacandon Jungle has been cut down to make way for farming.
As Al Jazeera’s Manuel Rapalo reports from Chiapas state, more forest is being lost every year, despite conservation efforts.
Published On 22 Jun 2020