The proposal, subject to authorization of the National Monetary Council, will benefit fishermen of protected areas in the Brazilian tropical jungle.
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The experts, all renowned specialists, should analyze and collect data from the restudy of the environmental impact of dams in the region
Municipalities of the seven municipalities most affected by historic flooding did not have services to act in reducing the risk of natural disaster and carry out mitigation actions, responses and recovery of social and economic damage of the population in 2014.
Amazonia Real made a documentary about the life of the warrior Aruka and daughters. They commented the difficulties to survive in their traditional territory and the way they are raising their children, born of interethnic marriages with the Uru-eu-wau-wau Indians.
The financial center of the country was the final destination of the gold mined illegally and smuggled out by a criminal organization that has devastated the people of the Yanomami Indigenous Land, in the State of Roraima.
The Geological Service of Brazil announced that the hydrological monitoring in the Solimões river basin has confirmed a record flood with flooding and serious economic damage to riverside communities in the Brazilian state of Amazon.
Infrastructure works, civil construction, mining, roads, port terminals, and others, may receive environmental license without manifestation of federal agencies such as Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources and National Indigenous Foundation.
The conservation and management of 19 protected areas in the Brazilian State of Amapá will receive a financial contribution of $ 1,7 million donated by organizations. It will be called Amapá Fund.
Climatologist José Marengo shows concern for increase in extreme flooding and changes in the hydrology of the Amazon region.