Madre de Dios is one of Peru’s Amazonian departments that faces serious threats such as mining and the expansion of the agricultural frontier.
August 28, 2012
The main conclusions of this study are part of a summary document, entitled “Amazon and the Millennium Development Goals”.
September 27, 2012
After a judge’s decision, a group of villagers surrounded the area in the presence of local authorities and the Native Federation of Madre de Dios River and Tributaries.
December 4, 2012
Special about the impacts of mining, oil, roads, deforestation, fire and hydroelectric power plants in 9 countries of the forest.