“The routes of gold”, a documentary that shows the paths taken by illegal trade of the Amazonian gold in Peru, Bolivia and Brazil, is now available on the web.
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The National Forest and Wildlife Service of that country is implementing a platform for receiving complaints through social networks and direct contacts: Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, email, web and cell phone.
The project aims to document the ancestral knowledge of indigenous communities, so it does not lose on the time and to be protected.
Video shows how illegal mining is destroying the Peruvian Amazon, and arriving to protected areas that should be protective of the great forest.
TV show presents a report showing that the Communal Reserve El Sira, in Peru, now suffer all the consequences of the devastating illegal mining activity.
Actualidad Ambiental obtained the prize for Best Journalistic Camera due to work done in the web documentary The Golden Routes, led by journalist and director Audrey Cordova.
Man who constantly denounced illegal miners that invaded their property located at kilometer 95 of the Interoceanic Highway in La Pampa, Madre de Dios, was killed.
Ministry of Environment of Peru and the National Service of Protected Natural Areas by the State (Sernanp) expressed their opposition to the bill.
The park will have an area of more than one million hectares and it will protect a significant sample of biodiversity and a unique place in the Amazon.