There is a clear path forward to saving the Amazon—one that includes governments, companies, civil society, scientists, indigenous people and consumers with the support of the international community.
"The Amazon is a carbon sink, which slows the rate of carbon dioxide build up in the atmosphere, and thus climate warming," said James Randerson from the University of California, Irvine.
After Marcelo Crivela ordered copies of "Avengers: Children's Crusade" banned because of a gay kiss, Brazil's largest newspaper, Folha de S.Paulo, put the smooch on its front page.
Renzo Gracie also attacked Macron's wife, Brigitte, by saying, "the fact that he is sleeping with the dragon does not make him a fire expert."
"Limiting the temperature increase during the 21st century will help to avoid it," an expert told Newsweek.
"These fires are now not just an environmental catastrophe, they're also potentially genocidal," Survival International Director Stephen Corry said in a statement.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva took a swipe at Jair Bolsonaro's rhetoric and environmental policies and referred to the president's adviser, Olava de Carvalho.
Onyx Lorenzoni said Macron and other leaders should focus on their own domestic issues rather than involve themselves in the ongoing campaign against the wildfires.
"The US has spent over $100 million on Trump's golf trips," journalist Jordan Uhl tweeted.
The Amazon rainforest is vital in that it not only provides so much oxygen, but that the burning of the forest is also a roadblock in the battle against global warming.
Recently released figures from Brazil's National Institute for Space Research showed an 83 percent increase in fire outbreaks in Brazil in comparison to the same period in 2018.
"I regret that president Macron seeks to take advantage of what is a domestic Brazilian issue and of other Amazonian countries for personal political gain," Bolsonaro tweeted.
"When forest land is cleared by fire for agricultural production, we lose it forever," said Meg Symington of the World Wide Fund for Nature.
"We are asking the authorities to set up an inquiry to investigate what is leading to the increase in fires in this region and hold the culprits to account."
The Amazon is still engulfed in flames.
There are certain steps you can take to help reduce your impact on the Amazon.
Fires are raging at a record rate in Brazil's Amazon rainforest this week.
Outspoken president's remarks came as smoke from the fires plunges São Paulo into darkness at 3 p.m.
"Every fire [in the Amazon region] is somehow started by the human being," Ricardo Mello said. "So this increase [in fires] is directly caused by the action of man."
"It's enough to eat a little less," said President Jair Bolsonaro, addressing a reporter's question about environmental pollution.
Clauvinho da Silva was a member of the Red Command drug faction and had been serving a 73 year sentence.
Clauvinho da Silva, known as Shorty, was part of the notorious Red Command gang in Rio de Janeiro.
Deforestation has increased to the point where more than three football fields of tree cover are being lost every minute.
"We did not expect the cleared forest area to ever recover," said a scientist who studied the primates.
"Cleaning the streets of criminals," read a tweet from police in Sao Paolo after more than 110 pounds of cocaine was uncovered in boxes of Tixan Ypê detergent.
Father Marcelo Rossi, a preaching powerhouse known for his lively sermons, was shoved to the ground while giving an address during the closing ceremony of a youth camp which had an estimated 50,000 attendees.
Twitter is roasting Israeli ambassador Yossi Shelley for poorly hiding his lobster meal in a viral photo with Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro.