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Goofs Cars submerged in water do not float on the water surface as they did in the movie. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Hard Amazon Rain by Carolyn V. Burned-out art therapist Dianti Robertson dreams of building a library for an Amerindian village on the upper Amazon in Peru. Cloud sails his trimaran, the Rio Burned-out art therapist Dianti Robertson dreams of building a library for an Amerindian village on the upper Amazon in Peru.

Cloud sails his trimaran, the Rio Vida, wherever he perceives a threat to the Amerindian way of life, opposing those whose greed would strip the people of all their natural resources. Christian is haunted by having been unable to save nine indigenous villages from being destroyed by a dam project in Venezuela. Dianti and Christian strongly disagree on how best to aid indigenous people.

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Complicating their outspoken differences is the intensity of their unspoken physical attraction. Dutch soldier-of-fortune Kees Wijntuin and a ruthless gold consortium threaten the area where Dianti lives. When two young Amerindians are kidnapped by the Dutchman and sold into slavery at the mining camp of Santo Ignacio, Dianti and Christian must join forces to rescue them.

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To ask other readers questions about Hard Amazon Rain , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. May 29, Marbea E. But they also offer a vast array of products that many of us use on a daily basis. We pioneered the use of market forces to create sustainable forest economies to lift people out of poverty, because we understood that those who depend on the forest are the most invested in protecting it.

Other staples that come from rainforests include citrus, cassava, and avocado, as well as cashews, Brazil nuts , and ubiquitous spices like vanilla and sugar.

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Then there are a few foods that many of us consider life-giving— coffee , tea , and cocoa —and yes, they come from tropical forests, too. If we are not careful, however, our appetites for these products could destroy the source from which they come. Many of the Western medicines that we use today are derived from plants found in tropical forests.

Medications to treat or cure inflammation, rheumatism, diabetes, muscle tension, surgical complications, malaria, heart conditions, skin diseases, arthritis, glaucoma, and hundreds of other maladies, come from forest plants. Tropical forests yield some of the most beautiful and valuable woods in the world, such as teak, mahogany, rosewood, balsa, sandalwood, and countless lesser-known species. These woods surround us at home and in offices in the form of furniture, cabinets, paneling, and more.

But only recently has the industrialized world realized the limits to timber extraction. Just like agriculture, logging can either nurture or destroy an ecosystem. It is up to us to support environmentally responsible logging and promote smarter wood production and consumption around the world.

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Other forest products show up in your home and office, too. Tropical forest fibers are found in rugs, mattresses, ropes, strings, and fabrics.