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The director of Amazon Institute of Scientific Studies Sinchi speaks of the management plan for La Macarena, which sought to prevent the deterioration of the area and show the effects of mining.
‘Nexo’ prepared a series of comparisons to put into perspective the numbers that involve deforestation in the region
The ethnic group that once had 15,000 members is today reduced to Aruká and her three daughters: the last family
The reef occupies an area of 9300 square kilometers and is between 30 and 120 meters deep.
By tapping the expertise of indigenous hunters, researchers found that conventional surveying techniques underestimate animal populations and miss species in the remote Amazon.
National Indigenous Foundation (Funai) presented documents that “point to the infeasibility of the project from the perspective of the indigenous component and recommend the suspension of the environmental licensing process.”
A science project is being launched to understand the links between the world’s largest rainforest and the climate.
Illicit gold trade overtakes cocaine, fuelling abuses including sexual exploitation and child labour, says Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime.
International Council on Mining and Metals is concerned about statements by National Society of Mining, Petroleum and Energy of Peru, who criticize and ignore the right to prior consultation of indigenous peoples.