A record number of trees have been cut down in Brazil.
The latest data shows that the number of trees cut down in the Brazilian rainforest in January 2022 was the highest amount ever recorded in a month.
The area destroyed in January 2022 was five times larger than the same time the previous year.
Deforestation totalled 430 square kilometres (166 square miles) in January – which is almost 40,000 football pitches.
Deforestation is when trees are pulled down for materials, or to make space for farming or houses.
The Brazilian government has hit back at the report. They argue that making comparisons using just a single month does not provide the best picture.
It says from August 2021 to January 2022 deforestation fell slightly compared to the same period the previous year.