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Amapá is Brazil's most preserved State, with less than 10% of its original forest having been modified through human activity. Approximately 72% of its territory is protected by Conservation Units and Indigenous Lands spread out across the State. No form of development shall be considered within these areas without first taking ecosystem and species diversity into consideration, including appropriate maintenance of the virtually untouched tropical rainforest. It is necessary to promote the sustainable use of biodiversity so that existing biodiversity, within the diverse ecosystems, can properly contribute to general development and thereby afford the necessary benefits to the population of the State of Amapá .

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