In a video in Quechua language, the importance of water for the people of Sarayaku is shown. This one adds to a long and well-documented anti-extraction of oil, gas and minerals in their territory.
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Concerned about the current water crisis in Brazil, professionals from various disciplines have gathered at the event “Hackatona: data and sensors to measure water quality,” sponsored by the InfoAmazonia Network, data and mapping platform focused on the largest rainforest in the world.
Two oil spills from Norperuano pipeline of Petroperu generated water pollution and possible cases of children with stomach ailments.
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About 44% of the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) funds is completely dark.
With the latent threats, experts see 2014 as a turning point for the popular reaction to mega-enterprises in the region.
The Ecuadorian government alleged that the organisation was “affecting the public peace”.
Women leaders of communities of Pastaza province walk to Quito, against oil exploitation in Yasuní Park.