And if somebody DOES care about the Amazon rainforest fires, what can they do about it?
It IS the dry season there, you know. That is when most wildfires happen.
And do you know what ALWAYS happens after a big wildfire? A HUGE increase in plant growth starting in the next rainy season.
You will see.
Even if some of the burned land is transformed into farmland [which is probable since that is what the people there WANT] there will be plants growing on the farms too. And the regrowth of the forests will be extremely dramatic. It will lead to greater biodiversity too, by opening up land for vegetation that was crowded out by the huge trees.
If you are concerned about the loss of Oxygen and Oxygen-producing vegetation, that will be reversed during the next rainy season. Any excess Carbon dioxide produced by the fires will be used up before the next rainy season is finished.
Not to say there is no reason for concern. But in case you have noticed, humans have NEVER figured out how to manage wilderness areas. If we try to put out fires and prevent them, the ecology becomes unbalanced. If we don't, the ecology gets unbalanced. Or maybe, unbalanced ecology is just part of the world's natural ecology. We don't really know that much about it.
If you think you know more about this than I do, you are mistaken.