Brazil Roads

The delicate ecology of the Amazon rainforest is constantly threatened by industrial needs. The Brazilian government has taken steps to reduce the damage, but businesspeople isolated from the big cities are illegally carving crude dirt roads out of the forest. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.

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