Tim Pool did a video on The Planet’s Lungs Are On Fire Brazil Rainforest Burning #payforamazon shirt, covering a New York Times article explaining the hysteria. The “73,000 fires” are existing individual plots being burned by the farmers to prepare their fields after harvest for the next growing season. There are 35% more fires than last year, but there’s also more farmland. That is because more forest was cleared, as there is every year. While deforestation is ongoing it is still down significantly in the past decade. Point being, the amazon itself isnt “oN fIrE”.
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Interesting to learn that ´20% of the world’s oxygen’ is a myth. However, when the Amazone is burning, The Planet’s Lungs Are On Fire Brazil Rainforest Burning #payforamazon shirt produces carbon monoxide. Which increases the normal production of carbon my the Amazone and may contribute to climate change. And what about indigenous people whose lands are affected? Are you completely ignoring them? Just two important points that still make those fires and deforestation. In general, a big environmental and human issue in my opinion. But let me know if you have any rebuttal.
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Yes, fire produces carbon. But you can check the table one that even with fire (it happens every year at dry season). The carbon emission per capita and per area from Brazil is a way lower than The Planet’s Lungs Are On Fire Brazil Rainforest Burning #payforamazon shirt country from the European Union and the United States. So, if carbon emission is the problem here, why focus on economic sanctions on Brazil instead of the United States who emit 10 times more carbon than Brazil?