Brazil’s neighbors wary of environmental impact of a Bolsonaro victory

The World

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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