Summer wildfires are not rare — and usually, it’s not only nature’s fault that they occur. Sometimes a simple match or an abandoned campfire can start a fire. When the hot summer temperature rises above the average level, wildfires get out of control, and it’s usually the wild animals, rare plants and nearby cities that get crucially damaged. It was brought to our attention that this summer almost two million hectares of Siberia were on fire, and we didn’t want to continue a policy of non-interference. We wanted to help.