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"The Amazon rainforest is burning, and the most impassioned firefighters have come from a perhaps unlikely place—Brazil’s cities, where, in recent days, thousands of citizens have hit the streets to demand that the Brazilian government take swift action to halt deforestation.


During the previous weekend, marchers took to the streets in dozens of cities across the South American nation. In São Paulo, forest defenders blocked the main drag, Paulista Avenue, and called for the resignation of Environment Minister Ricardo Salles, who has overseen major cuts to Brazil’s environmental regulatory agencies. In Rio de Janeiro, thousands marched on the city’s iconic Ipanema Beach. As darkness fell, they lifted their cellphones into the air, which sparkled across the crowd like thousands of glittering stars."


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