Amazon Headwaters Initiative Monitoring and Evaluation Report
September 12, 2013
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Covering 180 million acres of northern Bolivia, southeastern Peru, and western and central Brazil, the forests of the Amazon Headwaters support some of the major tributaries of the Amazon River and play a vital role in the long-term viability of the largest watershed on the planet. Download the latest report on WWF’s Amazon Headwaters Initiative.
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