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In 2002, 27 men were guarding the park. This figure, according to experts, is very low because it affects the care of the riches that exist in this forest of over 600,000 hectares.
On Monday December 28 was killed with five shots the environmental leader Hitler Ananias Gonzales Rojas, 34, who led a struggle against dams in the Maranon River.
Operation against illegal mining attacked camps near the nature reserves of Tambopata and Amarakaeri, in the Peruvian jungle.
Former environment minister Marina Silva accused the government of Dilma Rousseff to dismantle the Prevention and Control Plan of Amazon Deforestation, which led the 16% increase in deforestation of the Amazon.
Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela set the tone of the talks in the debates on the topic Amazon in Paris on Amazon Solutions Day in Paris.
A study shows that if the hydropower provided by the federal government are built, deforestation in the heart of the Amazon can reach 3.2 million hectares.
Wildfires are raging through the Brazilian Amazon, destroying vast areas of forest on the eastern fringes of the “earth’s lungs”. Isolated indigenous suffer even more.
In a demonstration of audacity, loggers reconstructed bridge over the river of Sangue, used to illegally drain logs from IT Manoki.
At an event held in COP 21, indigenous from the Upper Rio Negro and the Xingu Indigenous Park, both in Brazil, spoke of their perceptions about the changes in time and environment.