Rosario Costa-Cabral and her brothers harvest hundreds of fruits, oils and wood products from the stream-laced forest of the Amazon River delta. They also are helping the rainforest to regenerate, even as they cultivate a living from its diversity. But the climate here is changing: Tides rise higher, and seasonal floods are growing worse. Scientists led by the Earth Institute’s Miguel Pinedo-Vasquez are looking at how they are adapting. This video tells the story.
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