Bolsonaro is not the only one to be criticised for both his policies and reaction to this year’s Amazon fires, likewise Bolivia’s Evo Morales was also criticised for his government's slow reaction to the disaster. But many of the countries of South America, and indeed further afield, do not have the infrastructure to deal with such unprecedented forest fires, some fire fighters have had to resort to using bottles or even bags of water to try and fight the flames. The Amazon is too big to police or survey frequently enough to keep it safe from the growing threat of a warmer earth and increased fire risk, something on a large else needs to be done in order to combat such disasters in the future. Organisations such as the UN should be leading talks especially as the international reaction has been a G7 Summit, which even Brazil is not part of, and an Amazon Country Summit, which itself was limited to seven countries and didn’t even include Venezuela. More or indeed something needs to be done as soon as possible, the establishment of an International Environmental Protection Agency for example, but the solution or blame cannot rest on one president’s policies, the problem and scale is much too large.