There is a concern about the Amazon rainforest. Of course, Elisabetta Franchi, the Italian size zero fashion designer, has been posting on Instagram for days photos of sad animals with their dead cubs.
Macron, on the other hand, has responded by saying that at the G7 Summit will discuss especially about the fires’ situation. The president of Brazil is upset that they are not participating and there are those who are accusing the farmers or blaming NGOs for the fires in what we call the world’s lungs. The Amazon forests extend to South America, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia. There are millions of animals, about 1 million indigenous people, and the air of the world comes especially from there, at least 1/5 of the world’s oxygen.
The Amazon forests are the most precious land in the world that we live in, but our super-attention becomes ridiculous, even more so when the rainforest translates to “rain forest.” They are tropical forests and rain is a typical sign of this climate, where the weather is as capricious as a child, one minute the forest faces thunderstorms and in the next the sun shines.
Some do not even translate it correctly but post it because everyone has gone with the first version, they don’t think much of it, and because an article about the environment, animals and especially something that doesn’t happen in Albania makes you a cultivated person, at least to look fashionable, when in reality the need to look like an intellectual dealing with important issues such as these, makes you look a bit of a fraud.
I have a question for you all: are we going to get serious and deal with our issues more than what we do with the international ones?