Over the last month, more than 5.3 million hectares of Bolivian lands have gone up in flames, including some of the country’s most important places for biodiversity. These fires directly threaten the ability of Bolivia’s protected areas and other wild lands to provide clean drinking water, store carbon, harbor wildlife and preserve the culture and livelihoods of indigenous people. Around the world we need to implement economic policies that recognize and safeguard the value of biodiversity and that do not incentivize destructive agricultural practices, the driving force behind the fires across South America this year.
Photos from @iamnickrose mission for aid in Bolivia @oxygenseven @wanderlust_shot
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@batesonlouise The firefighters are wonderful xxxxxxxxxx
@natashasarul3257 So bad
@barbaraphotoart Tapfere Männer 👍🏻❤️Respekt ❤️
@ghaneh.rasoly @aysanhekmatara bebakhshid mishe az block daram biarid 😣😣
@_teegsss_ This is so sad
@minestradisforica I am a young girl who feels depressed and helpless compared to what she sees and lives every day in this world, everything is falling apart and the guys who, like me, would like to change things do not have the right weapons at their disposal to do it really, right away! Start it all over again! Maybe mother nature is already doing it!
@renan.herzog Have you seen the latest news about Amazon's fires? If you haven't you should, and you should demand your money back. You have been robed.
@kadu1748 Mr Leonado, do you know that you are donating money to burn the Amazon?
@dianarocar #SosBolivia #SosChiquitanía ❤💛💚