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Soy production is booming — but researchers are warning that the soy industry’s rise could be the downfall of Brazil’s climate commitments.
As new ecological stations and other preserves are set up across Brazil, rural colonos and beiradeiros may be forced from their long-time homesteads.
The way Peru is pushing the production of oil palm in the Amazon is weakening these pledges.
The São Luiz do Tapajós mega-dam has been suspended by Brazilian authorities in a surprise turnaround that recognizes the presence of indigenous territories in the dam’s vicinity.
New data indicate a big surge in gold mining in and near Tambopata National Reserve over the past few months.
The colonos and beiradeiros live sustainably, but a new ecological station created around them could force these rural people from their lands.
Brazil’s development bank is investing heavily in a plan to build huge hydroelectric dams in the Amazon and across South America.
Xipaya Indians and beiradeiros (river people), are finding a life in common in the village of Tukaya on the remote reaches of the Iriri River.
Was Brazil’s BNDES bank too rigid to change course when the Belo Monte dam showed signs of becoming a financial, environmental and social disaster?