Two cases of prejudice and violence —the murders of Vitor and Dos Santos— are two extremes of a reality that is lived daily by Brazil’s indigenous population.
Amazon under pressure
The game puts the user in various situations of natural or manmade disasters, and they need to face different options the game presents, such as community work.
In the market Vado in Yurimaguas, Loreto, Peru, over 150 animals were rescued, including monkeys, parrots and turtles.
Almost a month since an oil spill, the new autonomous Wampis peoples’ government is asking the Peruvian government to take definitive and drastic measures.
The recent leak of 3,000 barrels of oil in Peru’s Amazon jungle will cause incalculable damage, according to scientists.
After allegations about Petroperu workers who paid minors to collect oil spilled in their communities, in Amazonas, at least one has been identified.
Results show that protected areas do fulfill their efforts to conserve nature. More analysis is needed to explain the lost species’ role.
InfoAmazonia map updated in real time with data from NASA reveals the concentration of heat sources in the State of Roraima, which borders Venezuela and Guyana
Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela set the tone of the talks in the debates on the topic Amazon in Paris on Amazon Solutions Day in Paris.