をいずれか含む
  • 全て含む
  • いずれか含む
110515588

アマゾンで森林火災、森林保護を訴えるブラジルの市民


このコンテンツは出版・報道コンテンツをご利用いただける
アカウントでログイン後に閲覧できます。
ご不明点はアフロカスタマーセンターまでお問い合わせ下さい。

ライトボックスに追加 カンプデータをダウンロードする 印刷

作品情報

作品番号
110515588
タイトル
アマゾンで森林火災、森林保護を訴えるブラジルの市民
クレジット表記
動画:CCTV+/アフロ
日付
2019年8月25日
撮影国
ブラジル
コンテンツカテゴリー
気象・災害・自然災害・天災
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
モデルリリース
なし 
プロパティリリース
なし 
コーデック
H264
フレームレート
29.97 fps
長さ
134.43 秒
もっと見る

ストーリー

Brazilians took to the streets again on Sunday to protest President Jair Bolsonaro's lack of leadership while the Amazon rainforest burns. Despite having ordered the army to battle the blazes, new fires have been spotted, which is prompting more anger over the slow government response.

As hundreds of new fires have been detected in Brazil's Amazon rainforest, protests in defense of the world's largest tropical rainforest are taking place across the country and outside Brazilian diplomatic missions around the world.

Protesters, including celebrities and activists in Rio were blaming President Bolsonaro's pro-agro-business policies for the unprecedented crisis. Bolsonaro initially blamed non-governmental organizations for the fires saying they wanted to discredit him. According to Brazil's space climate-monitoring agency, more than 1,000 new fires were spotted between Thursday and Friday.

Under growing national and international pressure, Bolsonaro ordered the army to tackle the fires and military aircraft are now dumping liters of water on the massive blazes. Criticism of the government among Brazilians remains widespread.

"We are defending the environmental cause against the policies and the rhetoric that is being articulated by the current government," said Caetano Veloso, a Brazilian musician.

"It's the destruction of our forest, of our life, and our medicine, because the Amazon is our mother, the mother of all of us. It's the air we breathe. It's the lungs of the world," said Teresa Correa, an indigenous activist from the Arapiun Tribe.

"I think he's pretending to combat the fires, but the ideology that has caused the fires, and that will continue to fuel the destruction of the Amazon at the expense of all of humanity, will necessarily continue because it's something very fundamental to the entire Bolsonaro movement," said Glenn Greenwald, an investigative journalist.

Official monitoring recorded more than 70,000 forest fires in Brazil this year, an 84 percent increase over the same period in 2018. More than half were in the Amazon region and scientists suspect most were deliberately set to clear land for cattle and crops.

Rarely have Brazilian united in protest over climate change in the ways they have these over last few days, but with Amazon fires out of control and international condemnation threatening trade agreements and boycotts of Brazilian beef, there is now an added economic dimension to the crisis.
もっと見る

タイムライン

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Aug 25, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of protesters holding banners, banner reading "SOS Amazonia"

Rondonia, Brazil - Aug 24, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Various of forest fires
3. Various of smoke from fire sites
4. Aerial shots of forces in Amazon rainforest region

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Aug 25, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
5. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese, dubbed with English) Caetano Veloso, Brazilian musician:
"We are defending the environmental cause against the policies and the rhetoric that is being articulated by the current government."
6. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese, dubbed with English) Teresa Correa, indigenous activist, Arapiun Tribe:
"It's the destruction of our forest, of our life, and our medicine, because the Amazon is our mother, the mother of all of us. It's the air we breathe. It's the lungs of the world."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Glenn Greenwald, investigative journalist:
"I think he's pretending to combat the fires, but the ideology that has caused the fires, and that will continue to fuel the destruction of the Amazon at the expense of all of humanity, will necessarily continue because it's something very fundamental to the entire Bolsonaro movement."

Rondonia, Brazil - Aug 24, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
8. Various of burnt trees
9. Bird on burnt tree
10. Burnt tree

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Aug 25, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Various of protest in progress

FILE: Para State, Brazil - June 15, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
12. Aerial shots of Amazon rainforest
もっと見る

サイズ

フレームサイズ
FullHD 1920 × 1080
形式
MP4

料金

プライスゾーン
Standard(料金案内)

ご利用上の注意

  • 被写体やご利用方法によっては、被写体管理者から事前に使用許可を得る必要がある場合があります。
  • 本作品を「出版・報道・教育目的以外」でご使用の際は、事前申請が必要です。
    媒体に関わらず営利目的使用をご希望の場合、お問合せください。
オンライン見積り
カートに入れる
アフロカスタマーセンター
営業時間<年中無休> 9:30~22:00
広告・販促・ウェブ
0120-565-410
sagasu@aflo.com
報道・出版・教育
0120-656-410
houdou@aflo.com
TV番組
0120-707-410
tv@aflo.com

キーワード

キーワードは画像や動画を検索するための便宜的なものであり、必ずしも画像や動画の内容を表すものではありません。
また、特定の思想やイメージを表すキーワードが付与されていても、そのキーワードと画像や動画の内容とを関連づける意図はないことにご留意ください。