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BBC published a report on illegal mining in the Peruvian Amazon, which highlights “the chaotic gold fever”.
The Committee on Transport and Communications of the Congress adopted an opinion about the road totally questionable.
The road would expose residents and isolated indigenous in the region to environmental degradation and drug trafficking. Better to make the road in Acre.
It is essential that the Peruvian government promoted the develop a system of self-generation, with clean technologies.
In an interview, the representative of the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law, said the key points of why the project Inambari Hydroelectric was unsuccessful in the Amazon.
In an operation in the Napo and Mazan, the Police seized nine thousand cedar logs, cumala, kapok and bolt from illegal logging.
Parliamentarians presented bill declaring the public necessity and priority construction of road or railway between Iñapari and Puerto Esperanza.
The Ministry of Environment (Minam), announced the creation of three new protected areas (PA) in the Loreto region. They’re the National Park Güeppí-Sekime, Airo Pai Communal Reserve and Communal Reserve Huimeki, areas very rich on biodiversity.