Analysis of data from the Geo-Yanomami group shows that, in addition to mining, the territory also has records of deforestation. The problem is driven by advances of agribusiness.
Jornalista freelancer baseada entre Aarhus, na Dinamarca, e São Paulo. Mestranda e bolsista do programa Erasmus Mundus Journalism na Aarhus University e City, University of London. Foi repórter do portal g1 e da Agência Pública, e já colaborou com veículos como GloboNews, TV Globo, Folha de S. Paulo, UOL, Veja, Estadão e Euronews. Foi fellow da rede Earth Journalism Network (EJN) em 2022 e da Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) em 2017. Vencedora do Prêmio Cláudio Weber Abramo de Jornalismo de Dados na categoria Investigação em 2022.
Study published in the journal ‘Nature’ sought to understand how different parts of the forest respond to drought. The research was led by a Brazilian scientist in partnership with 80 other authors and surveyed the conditions of 540 trees of 129 different species scattered across Brazil, Bolivia and Peru.
Main donor Norway may increase contributions; The country’s minister of the environment is visiting Brazil until Saturday (25) and reaffirms commitment, while adding that they support Brazil in the mobilization of additional resources. Switzerland, France, Spain, the UK and the US have also expressed interest in investing in the fund.