The "Man of the Hole" is a symbol of the genocide of indigenous peoples, who have been intentionally annihilated by criminals pursuing profit. The other members of his tribe were killed decades ago and if Pres. Bolsonaro succeeds in abolishing Indigenous land protections, more tribes are likely to disappear.
Brazilian officials looked after this lonely man's interests and wellbeing for 26 years as it has done with all of its hundreds of indigenous groups. Aside from protecting the 14% of Brazil already earmarked as indigenous land, Bolsonaro has sought to strike a delicate balance that recognizes the diversity of indigenous customs and culture, while establishing plans to sustainably utilize the biodiversity and mineral richness of the Amazon rainforest.
There's a 21% chance that Brazil will reach net zero deforestation by 2031, according to the Metaculus prediction community.