Over 5.3 million hectares of rainforest, jungle and tropical dry forest have been been destroyed by man made fires in Bolivia since August 2019.      

As industrial ecocide threatens to wipe out entire species, ecosystems and indigenous communities, the Bolivian government is failing in its response to the crisis.

Action For Bolivia on Channel 4 News discussing the international disaster

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Americans telling Bolivians that their largely-peaceful social uprising is just an American-backed military coup is some next level BS. #Morales https://twitter.com/Orsag13/status/1193730196005965824

A esos hermanos izquierdistas q creen q conocen la realidad d #Bolivia mejor q nosotros, q siguen diciendo q en #Bolivia hay un "golpe de la Derecha" contra el "pobrecito indio Evo", nosotros los pueblos indígenas en resistencia al extractivismo de Evo les decimos: no se engañen!

We endorse this message and repudiate any violence from any side. We support the demands for new and transparent elections with a new, independent Electoral Tribunal. We reject any political persecution of any party and we ask for a peaceful solution. #ThisIsNotACoup


URGENT message to the intl community (thread): There is no coup d'état in Bolivia! After the oral resignation of Evo Morales and Álvaro García Linera, the written resignation of the National Assembly has not yet been officially presented. @FedericaMog @charanzova @jordi_canyas

This video is going around on Bolivian social media, aimed at the international community for it to understand that we are being attacked by pro-Morales forces as we protest peacefully. We don’t want any more deaths. Please RT. #Bolivia @RiosDePie @StandingRivers #BoliviaProtests

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