Supporting Firefighters And Reforestation. Firefighters across Brazil are battling raging towers of flames from the Amazon rainforest to the Cerrado savannah, but the fires beneath their feet are a particular challenge in the Pantanal. The fires here are the worst in 15 years. The flames threaten the region’s biodiversity, rich with tapirs, pumas, capybaras and the world’s most dense population of jaguars. Hundreds of firefighters, environmental workers, park rangers and soldiers have worked 24 hours a day for weeks attempting to extinguish flames that have destroyed thousands of square kilometers of the Pantanal. The region is a vast flood plain that normally fills with water during the rainy season, roughly from November to March. But the floods were lower than normal this year and a subsequent drought has left the area dangerously susceptible to fire. It’s our worst year here for fires. It’s never been dry like this. Disaster Relief Donate.
World Pandemic Support Brazil PPE For Hospitals
Brazil's coronavirus cases hit over a 1,000 deaths in a day. This is a horrible pandemic that's claiming lives of all ages that has yet slowed down. Brazil passed 2 million confirmed cases of of the coronavirus. Brazil's number of coronavirus cases count is is number 2 after the U.S., Brazil's numbers could be higher if more testing is done.
At least 30 people have died during severe rainstorms in Brazil's Minas Gerais state. Many of the victims were buried in landslides or washed away in floods after intense rain on Friday and Saturday. More than 2,500 people were evacuated from their ruined houses under red mud. Disaster Relief support the victims.
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