TOP 5 REASONS FOR AMAZON FIRE CATASTROPHE, IS THE ENVIRONMENT ATROCIOUSLY DECAYING?
The lungs of the planet have been burning; the world's largest tropical forest has been amongst this ecological decay of environmental and political crisis.
With more than 2500 fires eating away one of the most crucial role players of the oxygen game on earth, the Brazilian Amazon rain forest is ragingly on fire. The fumes of this atrocity are visible to the citizens from thousands of kilometres away; the smoke is spitting massive volumes of carbon making the air highly hazardous to breathe.
In the last few years, the Brazilian tropical forest has witnessed a rise in the number of fires due to the degradation of land. The farmers have started the process of clearing lands and the water levels have reduced due to more farming. This has lead to warming the soil and amplifying drought which amalgamates and fuels the reason for fierce jungle fires. Here are a few elaborative points that will explain the fire better;
The most significant step to work on is to ensure the safety of what is left of the Amazon, acting upon the growing crisis of jungle fires and deforestation hurriedly. This process will require much more hard work than just planting trees, an ecosystem has to be rebuilt that is home to waterways, plants, naturally grown vegetation, balancing the system on its own.