The oil slick from the Trans-Ecuadorian pipeline rupture finally crossed the border, arriving to Pantoja area.
June 6, 2013
One of the spills occurred on the Negro river, near Manaus, and another in Napo river in the Ecuadorian jungle; IBAMA proposes an ’emergency coordination’
August 18, 2016
Petroleum and mining, after destroying and contaminating everything they touched, now want to invade Peru’s national parks.[:]
October 22, 2020
Rosa Aranda faces two miseries. One in her own body: she was infected by Covid-19. The other is the historical pollution generated by the oil industry, which threatens the territory in which she lives, Piwiri, in the Ecuadorian Amazon forest.