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While he was president of Funai, Romero Juca delivered the land of Akuntsu Indians to their tormentors, says sertanista
Demand for forest products sustainably collected is growing rapidly.
One of the proposals was identifying new forest products under sustainable management systems in order to improve the financial sustainability of protected areas.
Deforested area corresponds to more than a thousand football fields, says IBAMA. A joint operation disabled mining, and equipment was burned.
The “Human Cost” is a documentary that shows the struggle that Peruvian indigenous uphold to avoid deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.
The Mamirauá Institute is developing a project to provide electricity through solar panels to dozens of Amazonian communities of fishermen and farmers.
Tiputini, which is outside the Yasuni, includes in the ITT block about 920 million barrels of oil, 20% of Ecuador’s reserves.
Samples were collected in the basin of the Madeira River in Rondonia State, the Tocantins river in the states of Goiás and Maranhão, and the Negro river in the Amazonas State.
The Regional Organization of Indigenous Peoples of Eastern Peru makes a public complaint against the National Service of Protected Areas of Peru (SERNANP) for violations and breach of agreements.