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Andes Agua Amazonía
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Andes Agua Amazonía
Despite being different, the Andes mountains and the Amazon forests are part of the same system: the water rises in the mountains, travels thousands of miles and flood plains feeding the planet’s most biodiverse forests. Decision makers, leaders, and many times, the inhabitants of the Amazon basin, not consider or know this relationship. Natural resources are used causing impact on ecosystems and people that depend on them, either upstream or downstream. A problem that affects from small communities to large cities in countries that share the Amazon waters. Andes Water Amazon project is a joint effort of various organizations to communicate the features, beauty and fragility of an important natural system for everyone. Use resources such as photos, videos, stories and reports to unveil what themes and protagonists in this vast environment full of life and culture.
Fermin and Cristina, in Arapicos have problems with the lack of drinking water and river pollution.
Germanico Montenegro, from the Puerto Mirador the Amazon tells how river gives life and peace.
Luis Tobar tells his life story in Papallacta, where “there is always the little water.”
We are on the course from the cold moors of Cajas River to Paute River.
The Upano River holds its presence, snaking from the Andes to the Amazon.
Creeks and waterfalls feed the Pastaza River, which crosses communities of provinces Tungurahua and Morona Santiago, dependents on this vital element.
Water Andes Amazonia shows the Andean mountains and the Amazon jungle, which are part of the same system: the water rises in the mountains and travels thousands of miles and floods savannas, feeding the planet’s most biodiverse forests.
Meet the project that shows how the Andean highlands and the Amazon forests are part of the same system thousands of miles of extension.