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Documentary shows the cultural heritage of the indigenous people Tsimane` Mosetén, who ancestrally protected forests of Madidi National Park and Pilon Lajas Biosphere Reserve.
The event was a mobilization held by social movements of organizations of Pará municipalities of Santarém, Itaituba, Jacareacanga and Aveiro. These organizations are unified in the Tapajós Vivo movement, based in Santarém.
The total area of the Amazon territory that was affected by two spills that took place in August in New Alianza, in the Amazon region of Loreto, Peru, has an extension of more than three Olympic swimming pools.
Experts discuss how to reduce space for cattle and contain losses of forests with public policies and conditions for credit to livestock.
Forest with different types of plant recover better after being subjected to moderate heating, concludes research that expands understanding of the importance of biodiversity
Reports from Peruvian Civil Defense Institute also report the number of people and homes affected after the spill in the Uchichiangos river.
In the Brazilian state of Para, the struggle of descendants of slaves for possession of land conflicts with mining company interests and environmental agency posture that could be better.
GLAD warning system identifies areas of forest loss analyzing Landsat satellite images (30 m resolution) weekly.
Petroleum and mining, after destroying and contaminating everything they touched, now want to invade Peru’s national parks.