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After a heavy rain day in Altamira, Brazil, more than 500 families in the Jardim Independente neighborhood had their community flooded. Families report that the lake’s dam is directly impacting the flow of rainwater.
Killings of environmental protesters, often indigenous people fighting to protect land, on the rise with 2015 likely to have been the deadliest year on record.
The recent leak of 3,000 barrels of oil in Peru’s Amazon jungle will cause incalculable damage, according to scientists.
Researchers show that people who lived in the region had sophisticated fishing and feeding habits.
After allegations about Petroperu workers who paid minors to collect oil spilled in their communities, in Amazonas, at least one has been identified.
Figures from Terra-i indicate the municipality of San Vicente del Caguan is first place on the list of municipalities with the highest rate of deforestation in Colombia.
Results show that protected areas do fulfill their efforts to conserve nature. More analysis is needed to explain the lost species’ role.
One of the perpetrators of arguably Brazil’s most internationally high-profile murders in recent years is currently walking around free.
Norte Energia concessionaire, owner of the Belo Monte Dam, under construction on the Xingu River, Brazil, was fined due to the large amount of dead fish as a result of the plant’s reservoir filling.