Studies by Brazilian scientists show that deforestation, not droughts, has been the main agent behind fires. Public policies and reinforcement of control agencies are solutions to stop the loss of native vegetation.
After disagreements, the chief Mapu also said that the former councilor Allison Lima wanted to keep indigenous’ money and appointed him as the author of death threats, but the political denies.
While the southeast is distressed with water reservoirs in critical condition, the state of Acre, in the far west of the country, lives totally opposite reality. With the historic full, the height of the river Acre passed his own record
In Assis Brasil, border with Peru, the Acre River overflowed. Within 24 hours, the rain volume exceeded the expected for the entire month of February.
Amazon gave way to pastures, skinny cattle and cane fields on the BR-317 road, which connects Rio Branco to the borders with Peru and Bolivia. Deforestation progresses.
In preparatory meeting for COP 20, the state of Acre hosted the encounter of Task Force of Governors on Climate and Forests in a tone of celebration.
On June 29 last an isolated indigenous people made first contact with Ashaninka indigenous ethnic and Funai servers in the state of Acre, Brazil’s border with Peru.
Climate change, university reform, democratization of the media, research ethics and scientific advances were topics presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society for the Advancement of Science.
In Acre occurs the 66th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society for the Advancement of Science, which are being discussed key issues related to research, development and innovation in Brazil.
After sparking a movement against slash-and-burn agriculture and a murder, the State of Acre is selling a new vision of sustainability in the Amazon.