The planet continues to warm up. We know that forests are essential to combat climate change, but forests continue to burn, Latin American forests are increasingly susceptible to fires.
We see extreme fragility, loss of biodiversity, almost impossibility of recovery, so all of this leads us to disappointment, discouragement and very specific questions: Are there really more fires? Why do they occur? Are the laws useful in this regard? What solutions are there from society to reverse these phenomena?
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For that, we spoke with Rodrigo San Martín, a biologist who is doing his doctorate in climate sciences and who is looking at the world from all corners to try to get answers or give us reliable information on these issues of recurrent fires in the region.
By Lucas Utrera
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