Colombia's capital is hundreds of miles away from the Amazon rainforest. But the forest fires that are raging across the Brazilian Amazon have direct consequences for Bogota’s 8 million people. Environmentalists and Indigenous leaders across South America are closely watching Brazil's presidential election, because they believe the reelection of President Jair Bolsonaro could have wide-ranging impacts on ecosystems beyond Brazil's borders. Manuel Rueda reports from Bogota, Colombia.
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