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Amazon Rainforest Fire: Arjun Bijlani, Gautam Rode, Urvashi Dholakia and other TV actors pray for Brazil
The entire social media is flooded with prayers for Amazon Rainforest, Brazil that has been burning for the past three weeks. The rainforest serves as lungs of the planet and produces 20 percent of the oxygen into the Earth’s atmosphere. From common people to Bollywood and TV celebrities, many have shown their concern and sent prayers for Brazil to highlight the condition of the Amazon Rainforest.
TV actors like Niti Taylor, Arjun Bilani, and Urvashi Dholakia among others have posted on social media sending prayers for Amazon Rainforest.
Arjun Bijlani tweeted, “Is this how we ensure a better future for the planet?”
Here’s his full tweet.
The lungs of our planet is in a critical situation. It was on fire from the past 17 days and no major news media has been covering the fires in the Amazon.
Is this how we ensure a better future for the planet? #PrayForTheAmazon pic.twitter.com/bXySDlOSE8
— Arjun Bijlani (@Thearjunbijlani) August 22, 2019
Shantanu Maheshwari took to his Instagram handle to share a lengthy post to show his concern.
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Posted @withrepost • @ocean_armour The AMAZON RAINFOREST has been burning for 3 weeks…. We are on the verge of losing it completely if the fire isn’t put out soon! The loss of trees, the loss of biodiversity is what is accelerating climate change…and yet nobody is saying a word. Nobody is doing anything for our largest rainforest in the world. Nobody is doing anything for some of the most beautiful people in the world, nobody is doing anything for the incredible animals there either! Mother Nature is angry with us…so we all need to wake up ASAP before we suffer some major consequences due to our irresponsible behavior and inaction so spreading awareness to everyone RIGHT NOW is crucial to saving the rainforest from destruction! News/media outlets are quick to cover political controversy and negative stories, but won’t talk about this urgent issue so we must all use our social media platforms and send them this post and when they get enough emails, DMs and messages about this story they will be FORCED to cover it and then the world will finally see what’s happening RIGHT NOW! Please share this post with any news media you follow and with all your followers and tell them to share it too…let’s all do what we can to get the word out ASAP and it’s also important to pray for Brazil too 🇧🇷 WE MUST SAVE THE RAINFOREST BY WORKING TOGETHER! @karmagawa @balubluefoundation @savethereef
Gautam Rode wrote, “Saddened to hear about the world’s largest rain forest the #AmazonRainforest has been burning for more than 16 days!”
— Gautam Rode (@gautam_rode) August 22, 2019
Urvashi Dholakia sends prayers for the rainforest on her Instagram story.
Niti Taylor’s post.
According to the National Institute for Space Research, the number of fires in Brazil doubled from 2013 to 2019.
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