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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Learn more about the ecocide
What damage has been caused to forests, animals and human life? The disaster explained with stories from the ground and air.
Discover unique ecosystems, indigenous communities and animal species that are all under attack from man made fires.
How deregulated agricultural practices escalated into a national disaster. Who lit the fires and how they spread.
President Evo Morales refuses to declare a national disaster. Learn the big story behind industry, trade, politics and greed.
Learn the big story about what is happening with the Bolivian disaster.
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Action for Bolivia
Learn about us and our objectives. Find out how we are bringing people together from all over the world to stand up for Mother nature.
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Catch up on the lastest developments. From the political turmoil in Bolivia to the firefighter’s struggle with the overwhelming fires.
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Learn how you can act digitally to support the resolution of the disaster. Join our community and use your online voice to help.
We are co-ordinating peaceful protests internationally. Find out how to get involved and stand up for what you believe is right.
Your food choices have a direct impact on ecosystems in Boliva (and South America). Learn which big companies you should avoid.
We are now accepting donations for our voluntary organisation via GoFundMe for our Bolivian Amazon Action Pack fundraiser.
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