The jungle that unites and separates Colombia with Brazil is a territory that lives on their own. A journalist traveled for three weeks by the river that connects the two countries, to tell how people live in this forgotten border.
September 10, 2015
Representatives of Paumari people from River Tapauá, Jamamadi and Apurinã are in the Brazilian capital to talk about their experiences in territorial and environmental management.
October 12, 2015
Representatives of ethnic groups of Colombia, Brazil and Venezuela met in Puerto Inirida, Colombia, to express the need to be included in the management and sustainable management of the Amazon ecosystem.
April 7, 2015
Brazilian and Colombian scientists team who study the situation of dolphins in the rivers of South America traveled 750 kilometers of Caquetá river for 17 days, from its mouth in the Amazon river in Brazil until Cahuinarí National Park in Colombia.