Sad News: Amazon Forest Is Burning At A Record Breaking Rate

The Amazon Forest is experiencing record-breaking forest fires this year. This year the rate at which fire is spreading is very high. Every year farmers deforest the land for cattle ranching. But this year the situation is very tense.

The fires reached at such an extent that it caused a blackout in the city of Sao Paulo, which is 3300 km away from the origin of fires.

In the middle of the day on Monday, the city of Sao Paulo was covered with a blanket of black smoke.

According to local media reports, these forest fires had been going on for several days. Josélia Pegorim, Climatempo meteorologist explained,

The smoke did not come from fires from the state of São Paulo, but from very dense and wide fires that have been going on for several days in Rondônia and Bolivia. The cold front changed the direction of the winds and transported this smoke to São Paulo. 

NASA released images of the burning Amazon Forest captured by the satellites in the space.

Amazon Forest
Via: Mirror

People are blaming the President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro, for his negligence regarding the deteriorating situation. Also, people believe that he also contributed to this situation of the forest by giving individual benefits to loggers, miners and farmers who helped get him elected.

The negligence of media has taken this matter to twitter.#PrayForAmazonia is trending to bring this news into everyone’s notice.

Meenal Fadnavis
I am a fervor content creator and blogger. My skills specialize in creative writing and editing. I am a very keen observer and a passionate learner.

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