Save the Amazon From Bolsonaro

The future of the rain forest depends on an economy that revolves around its conservation

Felled trees prior to burning to create a growing area for manioc near Manaus, Brazil. Photo: Avalon/UIG, via Getty Images

By Heriberto Araújo

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil poses the single greatest threat to the fragile equilibrium of the Amazon rain forest since the country was ruled by a military dictatorship.

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