Imazon bulletin shows that accumulated deforestation is 10% lower than the same period last year, despite the increase recorded in the last 4 months.
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After spilling 3000 barrels of oil in Cuninico, Petroperú apologized to the indigenous communities affected in a public hearing for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
The importance of conservation actions cross borders is recognized in international commitment signed in Peru
The Brazilian development bank is investing heavily in a plan to build huge hydraulic dams in the Amazon and throughout South America.
Recent report finds pollution levels caused by oil spills in the northeastern Amazon region of Peru: has been found mercury and cadmium in the blood and urine of people of Cuninico and San Pedro (Loreto)
Loreto, the region with the most forest in Peru (44%) with 32,451 hectares is being affected by the large-scale production of oil palm.
Victor Zambrano has been nominated for this global society as an “anonymous leader conservation” because of his environmental education work with children of Madre de Dios region.
They still retain much of their customs, language, rituals, culture intact. Except for the practice that transformed them into one of the most feared indigenous peoples of the Amazon: the practice of cutting off the head of the vanquished enemies in war.
Peru’s forest authority has issued a statement to the London Stock Exchange condemning United Cacao’s plantation projects.