Environmental education and entertainment: this is the proposal of a set of five educational games produced by the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Institute.
Forced Labor in Amazonia
To biologists’ delight, the Azuay stubfoot toad, believed to be extinct after its last sighting in 2002, has just leapt back to life.
Reflections on a trip to the southeast of Pará State, Brazil, in the wake of multiple disintegrations committed by the largest mining company in the world.
In the so-called “Nortão” of that state, the operation “Green Grid” found a network that falsified documents to facilitate the sale of illegally logged timber.
The visiting of tour groups to see jaguars in reserves generates income for local communities and reduces the hunting of animals.
Report of the Monitoring Project of the Andean Amazon (MAAP) shows how deforestation caused by gold mining has achieved to enter the Communal Reservation Amarakaeri in 2014 and 2015.
Infrastructure works, civil construction, mining, roads, port terminals, and others, may receive environmental license without manifestation of federal agencies such as Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources and National Indigenous Foundation.
New governors of Cochabamba and Beni departments, agreed to reopen discussions with the people of Isiboro Secure Indigenous Territory and National Park (TIPNIS) to build road.
In the rivers Teles Pires and Juruena, indigenous tribes Apiaká, Kayabi, Munduruku and Rikbaktsa join forces to defend their rights against the construction of the complex of hydroelectric plants.