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😱😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 Posted @withrepost • @brinkleydavies I’m heartbroken to share this . . . And to know it’s not even made mainstream media, the Amazon is burning and has been for 16 days.
We are on the verge of losing it completely if the fire isn’t put out soon. The loss of trees, the loss of biodiversity is what is accelerating climate change...and yet nobody is saying a word. Nobody is doing anything for our largest rainforest in the world. Nobody is doing anything for some of the most beautiful people in the world, nobody is doing anything for the incredible animals there either. Wildfires often occur in the dry season in Brazil but these fires, are being deliberately started in efforts to illegally deforest land for cattle ranching. 😪
We all need to share this, before we suffer some major consequences due to irresponsible behavior and inaction, spreading awareness to everyone is crucial to saving the rainforest from destruction! News/media outlets are quick to cover political controversy and negative stories, but won’t talk about this urgent issue, so we must all use our social media platforms and send them this post and when they get enough emails, DMs and messages about this story they will be forced to cover it and then the world will finally see what’s happening ! Please share this post with any news media you follow and with share with your followers and tell them to share it too…let’s all do what we can to get the word out and SAVE THE RAINFOREST BY WORKING TOGETHER!
The demand for meat and animal products ( animal agriculture ) is still the leading cause of habitat destruction and climate change. Choose what you eat, think about the impacts you are having. . It’s not only the animal you are eating you are killing, it’s everything .
Thank you for the head’s up @karmagawa @balubluefoundation #prayforbrazil #prayforamazonia #savetherainforest #karmagawa #BaluBlue #PrayForAmazonia #GoVegan #MeatFree #PlantBased .
If you want the article with updated stats, see my stories for BBC article