Contrary to what the vice president said, devastation grew 12% in the month, 34% in the year and in 2019-2020 will probably be one of the highest ever recorded since the start of the count of Inpe
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When the corruption narrative wins out over human rights violations, the contradictions in this historic moment in Brazil are reported.
Researchers at the Mamirauá Institute captured two jaguars that will be included in the monitoring and study initiative of felines in the Amazon. The surprise, however, was to see a baby jaguar.
Illegal gold mining in the Amazon has a devastating effect on indigenous peoples. Miners bring disease, deforestation and murder. Then long after they have gone, communities are left to suffer deadly mercury poisoning.
Contamination of people and environments by mercury increases in the Amazon, while agreements and government actions to reduce the problem are still on paper.
The colonos and beiradeiros live sustainably, but a new ecological station created around them could force these rural people from their lands.
Tropical deforestation and degradation account for as much as 19 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions today. But powerful market-based strategies for tackling such emissions are emerging.
The Ecuadorian Petroamazonas attempts to exploit crude from Ishpingo-Tambococha and Tiputini (ITT) fields or block 43, some of them located in the intangible area of Yasuni park.
One major Brazilian supermarket chain has just committed to stop selling beef linked to Amazon destruction and human rights violations – because Brazilians demanded it.
They warn with a statement of the fierce advance of deforestation for oil palm, and they claim that Peru’s government institutions are not fulfilling their duties of control and supervision..