Last week, the temperature in Rio, Brazil, reached 58.5 degrees. The climate emergency has never been more acute in South America. In the Pantanal in Brazil, more than 4000,20 fires have been recorded - <> times more than last year. Audrey Racine, our environmental specialist, explains.

In Canada, more than 18 million hectares of forest have gone up in smoke this year. The climate issue is also essential. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the end of the carbon tax on heating oil for three years. It's an eminently political decision, as our journalist Eliott Samuel explains.

Finally, our reporter James André looks back at a series of reports he shot with Achraf Abid on the consequences of climate change on indigenous peoples, particularly those of Panama.

Watch our ReportersBeing Guna in Panama, when the ocean rises (4/4)

And our four-part series on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change

This week's recapFrance 24 invites you to look back on the news that marked the week

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