The negotiations at COP21 in Paris have not just been about climate change, but about our ability to act as a community of nations.
Research compares information from research plots along the Amazon with maps of current and projected deforestation to estimate how many species have disappeared and where.
Land management experiences in Panamazônia and Chaco were presented in a meeting in Bolivia. Civil society can influence public policies and demand sustainability, say experts.
Why we decided to make this map Fires in the Amazon, both purposefully and accidentally started by people, along with naturally occurring fires, are a serious problem with implications for global climate change.
por Giovanny Vera and Gustavo Faleiros Pulgar Vidal will be the president of COP 20, the UN Summit on Climate Change hosted in Lima. Foto: InfoAmazonia.org Peru’s Minister of the Environment, Manuel Pulgar Vidal, interviewed by the InfoAmazonia.org team in Lima on the 8th, said that he hopes to sign an agreement about the REDD+ […]