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Groups of the Rainfo

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When did the Native Amazonian's come to the rainforest? 12,000 years ago
When did the rubber tappers come to the rainforest? 1820
When did the loggers come to the rainforest? 1960
When did they settlers come to the rainforest? 1960
When did the cattle ranchers come to the rainforest? 1960
When did the environmentalist come to the rainforest? 1970
How do the Native Amazonian's use the rainforest? What do they want and how do they defend their position? This group hunt, fish, and grow small patches of crops. They want to become legal owners of the rainforest with no newcomers. They defend this by showing the position of them living there for many thousand years and not hurting the trees and environment.
How do the rubber tappers use the rainforest? What do they want and how do they defend their position? This group collects sap for trees without harming them. They want to continue this way of life and have land reserved just for them. They defend this position by creating a sustainable way to make money in the rainforest.
How do the loggers use the rainforest? What do they want and how do they defend their position? This group clear cuts trees for furniture and paper. They want to con tune clear cutting and defend their position with all the goods they make with the wood from the rainforest.
How do the settlers use the rainforest? What do they want and how do they defend their position? This group uses clear cut areas to build houses and subsistence farms. They want to continue farming and want the government to give them land. They defend this by giving homes to many people.
How do the cattle ranchers use the rainforest? What do they want and how do they defend their position? This group use the clear-cut parts of the rainforest to graze animals. They want larger areas of land to graze their cattle and they defend this with the 3 billion dollars a year salary to the government.
How do the environmentalists use the rainforest? What do they want and how do they defend their position? This group hopes to find cures to diseases within the plants of the forest and preserve the life in the forest. They want other groups to stop clear cutting the forest and start helping nature. They defend this by helping the forest.
Use the following term in a sentence: Sustainable Some groups in the rainforest try to protect it and are ___________ and some don't care about plants and animals.
Use the following term in a sentence: Biodiversity Some places there is not a lot of ____________ but in the rainforest there is a lot of plant and animal life which makes it full of _________ things.
Use the following term in a sentence: Economic Activity Some groups in the rainforest supply lost of _______________ but some try to persevere instead of make money for the government.
Use the following term in a sentence: Deforestation _____________ is happening a lot in the rainforest, enviormentaks try and preserve but many groups keep clear cutting and cause ___________.
Use the following term in a sentence: carbon-oxygen cycle The rainforest helps in the ______________________ by having trees that supply air all around the world.
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