The Amazon wildfires pose a threat not only to Brazil, but to the global environment. The Bolsonaro administration’s handling of this issue is inexcusable, and the international community should use all the tools at its disposal, including trade and aid sanctions, to pressure the Brazilian government into action.
The Amazon wildfires are only affecting the peripheral parts of the forest, and don’t pose an “existential threat” to humanity. The international community sanctioning Brazil won’t do anything to help the situation, and would likely make it less capable of fighting the fires. It isn’t the place of America or any other country to criticize Brazil for its wildfire management.