While the world's attention focuses on the destructive Amazon's wildfiresin Brazil, devastating blazes have decimated swathes of tropical forests and savannah in neighboring Bolivia.
More than 1.8 million acres in Bolivia have been burned.
On Monday, Morales said that 4,000 state employees and volunteers were currently battling the flames burning unabated across areas near Bolivia's border with Brazil and Paraguay.
Restoration work still in need of support, but we believe that every tree matters and will continue planting until the world's best scientists tell us that the planet is finally ok on trees again. Do to Bolivia's Amazon being on fire that probably won't happen anytime soon.
Nothing is more precious that our Mother Earth; she can survive without us but we cannot survive without her.
The damages from the fire in la Chiquitania (region) put at risk the most valuable (thing) we have in our lives: Our Environment.
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