The fire in the Amazon rainforest is a natural calamity and not completely man-made

Amit Sengupta
13 Sep 2019
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Due to climatic conditions and dry weather, fires happen in forests

There are a lot of places in the the world where forest fires are caused due to extreme heat and the easy availability of dry wood and tinder. Forest fires are quite common around the world.

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Yes but the heat that causes all of these fires is caused by us humans
There are clear signs of govt.level negiligence
Due to climatic conditions and dry weather, fires happen in forests

Ever heard of Gobal Warming? Yeah as the people in the world produce more and more carbon as we develop, this starts to break down the ozone layer. This makes holes in the ozone layer which allows more heat to get in. Therefore, more heat is an indirect effect of carbon emissions. https://ourworldindata.org/co2-and-other-greenhouse-gas-emissions#:~:text=Globally%20we%20emit%20over%2036,than%20one%2Dquarter%20of%20emissions.


The causes may be natural but the Brazlilan govt. has been very lax in taking precautions and also in controlling fires.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/21/jair-bolsonaro-accuses-ngos-setting-fire-amazon-rainforest


There are a lot of places in the the world where forest fires are caused due to extreme heat and the easy availability of dry wood and tinder. Forest fires are quite common around the world.


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