|Writers||Robert Richter (written by)
|Runtime||116 min, USA:116 min|
|Plot||The first global look at this global issue. It was filmed in a dozen rain forest countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America--as well as in Japan, the world's largest importer of rain forest logs. Prime focus is on the human and economic dimensions. Included are tribal people, new settlers, squatters, farmers, loggers, government, industry and environmental leaders. CAN TROPICAL RAINFORESTS BE SAVED? depicts why the forests are vanishing, who is responsible, the human and environmental results, the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of protection measures, and what else can be done to save them.... search for Can Tropical Rainforests Be Saved? on IMDb|
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