Fires in the Amazon rainforest, during the summer months, aren't new. But this year, it's the worst on record. While Brazil's government has called warnings about the fires "sensationalist" and "hysterical,"
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro blamed for turning a blind eye to Amazon degradation in the name of 'progress'
During a recent visit to the Amazon where he proposed opening up mining in an ecological reserve the size of Denmark, the Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro summarised his approach to the rainforest. use
The Amazon rainforest is losing thousands of acres annually to fires and development putting the world's environment at greater risk Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's government may be encouraging to
In Porto Velho, capital of a Brazilian state ravaged by recent fires, residents are on edge and falling ill from the pervasive smoke. Porto Velho, Brazil—A popular hymn describes the sky above this Brazilian
The Amazon rainforest in Brazil continues to be ravaged by a rapidly increasing series of fires caused by human activity — and the disaster is alarming scientists, environmental activists, and climate
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil has 44,000 troops stationed in its northern Amazon region that are available to combat forest fires and could send more from elsewhere in the country, the joint chief of staff