Indigenous Wampis conducted an operation against dozens of illegal miners who contaminated with mercury and cyanide the Santiago river basin, in the Amazon region.
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Constitutional Amendment Proposal suppresses the environmental licensing and will lead to an explosion of mining, hydropower and new roads in the Amazon
The Ministry of Environment in Peru (MINAM) set apart 244.92 hectare area in Loreto as a new Private Conservation Area to conserve the ecosystem for local populations.
This big tree is disappearing due to deforestation, land development, and the acceleration of urbanization. All of this is occurring without the consideration of conservationism.
More than 20 days ago the family recognized a body at the Medical Legal Institute as the Nicinha, and is awaiting liberation to the burial.
More than 20 hydroelectric plants designed to operate in this Amazon river could displace more than 40,000 people from riverside areas
Eight new mammal species were found in the construction of São Luiz do Tapajós dam, which may become the most controversial hydroelectric project in the history of Brazil.
In the following video, we have the contemporary history of Brazilian indigenous issues.
The area that was designed to protect timber forest, was deforested to be used in the development of agricultural activities.