“Towards Sustainable Territorial Management: Concepts, experiences and visions of the Panamazon” is the common axis for the international meeting which will gather approximately 100 participants on 17 and 18 June in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
When the bike goes from being a mode of transport to a lifestyle, which helps to live and survive in the largest South American jungle.
Conservation of the Brazilian Amazon is being threatened by “poor social progress of the 24 million people living in the region”, says a study.
Public narrative is a leadership tool and is placed at the service of mobilization, covers how we communicate our values through stories.
COICA will present the proposals to the COP20 as well as contributions to boosting indigenous participation and regional consultation.
Publication shows common elements of illegal mining in the six countries analyzed: protected areas, uncontrolled use of substances harmful to health, and situations of child labor, forced labor, trafficking and exploitation.
In special edition of Ecuador Terra Incognita magazine, specialists published an extensive article on relationship between Amazon and climate change.