Attempts are ongoing to extinguish fires that have been set in the Amazon rainforest (or farms near it):
Smoke from wildfires in the #AmazonRainforest spreads across several Brazilian states in this natural-color image taken by a @NASAEarth instrument on the Suomi NPP satellite. Although it is fire season in Brazil, the number of fires may be record-setting: https://t.co/NVQrffzntr pic.twitter.com/4JTcBz9C8f
— NASA (@NASA) August 21, 2019
Don't panic: Amazon burning is mostly farms, not forests. https://t.co/IYb6j1attD
— reason (@reason) August 23, 2019
But what can the average person do to help? That’s where CNN’s narrative-carrying skills have come in handy:
For those wondering how they could help save the rainforest, the answer may be simple. Eat less meat. https://t.co/p2xrvtrztv
— CNN (@CNN) August 23, 2019
There it is!
I was waiting for the media to somehow blame the average person for the amazon fire. https://t.co/OhM7yWPgD4
— Zach Smith Fan Account (@realZachSmith_) August 23, 2019
It didn’t take long at all.
I can't understand why people think your network has become a joke.
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) August 23, 2019
When one thinks CNN can't be anymore asinine… there's this!!
— Say What (@SayWhat06011222) August 23, 2019
And now CNN is on Chick-fil-A's payroll.
— AZ Spook – 🇺🇸🗽 (@SunDevil31673) August 23, 2019
LOL. Could be!