With photos, the fall of Environment Minister Ricardo Salles made headlines in European and American vehicles, with statements such as “Bolsonaro loses another hard line” in the German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, but with a doubt:
“What does this mean for the rainforest? “
In the culmination of the French Le Monde, “his successor must seek a policy favorable to agribusiness”, like him. And at a time when “deforestation is accelerating”, warned the Spanish El País.
Salles is described by the French newspaper as a “bête noire”, hated by environmentalists, and as an “anti-environment minister” in the British Financial Times, noting that his fall is “applauded”.
It is “widely criticized for the growing deforestation in the Amazon,” the Wall Street Journal said on the homepage.
Agencies like AFP and Reuters have shipped the “record of contamination in Brazil”, which is “ahead of a third wave” of Covid-19, one of the most read news of the day, in Le Monde.
And the New York Times has produced numerous photo reports with new footage of the pandemic across the country, calling for “a tragedy with no sign of its ending.” Closing of the text, which focuses on the criticism of Bolsonaro:
“Anger at the response sparked massive protests. The anger of the protesters is evident in the word most often used in posters and graffiti to condemn Bolsonaro’s actions and inaction: genocide.
The NYT also reported the shipment of Johnson & Johnson vaccines to Brazil, but noting that a third of them came from “the Baltimore facility operated by a subcontractor, Emergent BioSolutions, with manufacturing issues.” . And that the lot was “recently released in a special installation overhaul”.
This is partly why “J & J’s vaccine faced declining demand in the United States.”
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