Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon has jumped by more than a fifth in the latest 12-month period.
Data from the country's space agency shows it's now at its highest level since 2006.
Between August 2020 and last July alone, trees were felled from land measuring more than 13-thousand square metres.
That's an area 17 times the size of New York city.
Brazil was among the international signatories to a pledge at COP26 in Glasgow to end deforestation by 2030.
However, this has been the third year in a row during the term of Jair Bolsonaro's presidency that the rate of deforestation in the Amazon has increased.