The preservation of turtles guarantees, indirectly, the protection of several other species such as the manatee, red and tucuxi porpoises, various migratory birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish – a natural resource widely used by local coastal communities for consumption and income.
June 3, 2014
The level of the Rio Negro in Manaus, reached 29.36 meters yesterday, according to the National Water Agency (ANA). This is the sixth highest level ever recorded in the Amazon capital since 1902, when the river began to be monitored.
July 10, 2014
Although Petroperu reported that no river in the area was contaminated, communities say the Marañón basin is contaminated, because “they noticed (the spill) when the fish were already dropping dead.”
March 18, 2014
Specialist said that project would displace thousand people to flood an area of 3,250 hectares. It also regrets that there are not studies about alternative uses of the area, such as tourism.