Director of Survival International argues that contact the voluntarily isolated indigenous could lead to its disappearance from the severe damage to their health.
Amazon under pressure
Authority said modifications to the Peruvian Penal Code includes prison for people linked to the illegal timber trade and for those who destroy natural forests.
The land titling process in the Peruvian Amazon have been driven from the State, as part of the policy of liberalization of lands, or in response to the occupation of these.
It was the first time that Aaron Nacua, leader of the Matsés native community of Loreto, visited the Plaza Mayor of Lima and a sergeant of the Police told him he could not be there.
Photographer says in her essays, series and photo reports, stories an inconspicuous Amazon, its “Black Amazon.”
The reduction of deforestation in the Amazon, intermittently promoted by Brazil since 2004, improved the air quality throughout South America, according to a study published in the Nature journal.
Journalist Ana Aranha, of Brasil Reporter, talks about the documentary of Jirau hydroelectric plant and its parallels with current works
The flooding of the Belo Monte seemed imminent until a week ago, until the Brazilian environment authority, Ibama, decided to deny the project’s license.
Indigenous participated in a public ceremony at the Ministry of Agriculture of Brazil to present the organic self-certification of the Xingu Indigenous Land Association (Atix) for food produced by them.