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In 2012, the concession for the Bolivian Oilfield Company was 372,500 hectares, but a decree issued in 2015 extended the concession to 806,250 hectares.
Inhabitants of Nazareth, one of the communities affected by the recent PetroPerú oil spill, would have received a minimum payment to clean the spill, without minimum security conditions.
The video shows images of the oil spill that occurred in northern Peru’s Chiriaco, Amazonas region. The PetroPeru pipeline ruptured, polluting rivers.
The Huni Kuin indigenous community assembled a team of programmers, artists and anthropologists to create their own game. The project is called “Huni Kuin: the ways of the serpent.”
The Public Prosecution held a public meeting in Santarém, Pará state, Brazil, to discuss impacts of São Luiz do Tapajós hydroelectric construction and irregularities of the environmental impact study.
After ten years of work, the communities of Pirá Paraná (Vaupes region), published a book containing his knowledge. They say it’s time for dialogue with the West, before his ambition to destroy the planet.
Estimate corresponds to carbon held in the forest by monkeys and tapirs, when they disperse the seeds of large trees, say researchers from the UK and Brazil
Prosecutor of Ecuador reported that the attack was allegedly carried out by a indigenous group in voluntary isolation (Tagaeri-Taromenane) in the intangible area of Yasuni, in Shiripuno river.
Lumberjacks were using fire as a diversionary tactic to counter indigenous “forest guardian” patrols that have sprung up in recent months to detain illegal loggers and destroy their equipment.