The intense wildfires that are hitting the region during this year's season are turning the sky a bloody red.
"If Brazil does not retreat from the course it is on, scientists warn there will come a time in the near future when Amazonian fires burn without control and push the forest to a point of no return," researcher Robert Walker said.
"The US has spent over $100 million on Trump's golf trips," journalist Jordan Uhl tweeted.
Boreal forests store one-third of all terrestrial carbon—but for how long?
Outspoken president's remarks came as smoke from the fires plunges São Paulo into darkness at 3 p.m.
Wildfires in British Columbia and California have blanketed the northwest U.S. in smoke, creating some of the most unhealthy air quality in the country.
Reports of a cloud of darkness blocking out the Sun at noon above northern Siberia have raised questions.
"Let it burn" approach to forest fires bumps against locals' fears and the need to capitalize on tourist season.
Firefighters that protect the national park lands of Costa Rica have invested in drone technology to help survive this year's fire season.
The West has a billion-dollar problem.