January 18, 2022

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Amazon fires: Brazil sees worst start to fire season in 10 years

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Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has had its worst start to a fire season in a decade, with 10,136 blazes spotted in the first 10 days of August. The increase follows a similar rise in year-on-year figures from July 2019 to July 2020. The ‘extraordinarily concerning’ fires in 2019 caused an international crisis, and these new figures suggest this season could be much worse 

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