The director of Andes Amazon Fund analyzes and highlights the successes and failures of the government is ending and notes with concern the proposals of the government that is about to begin.[:]
Ministry of Environment of Peru recognizes a new private conservation area in Loreto
The Ministry of Environment in Peru (MINAM) set apart 244.92 hectare area in Loreto as a new Private Conservation Area to conserve the ecosystem for local populations.
Chestnut trees: the Amazon queens who have no subjects
This big tree is disappearing due to deforestation, land development, and the acceleration of urbanization. All of this is occurring without the consideration of conservationism.
Peru: New checkpoint in Allpahuayo Mishana and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve
The National Service of Natural Protected Areas of Peru with several other public and private institutions installed a checkpoint at the Allpahuayo Mishano National Reserve and the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
Forest degradation can have just as drastic an impact on biodiversity as deforestation
Deforestation has been the main objective of conversation strategies, but a new study in Nature finds that forest degradation, or the decline in the quality of forests, is also a major threat to biodiversity.
Scientists and conservationists analyze impacts and challenges in Amazon Basin
Specialists present results on fisheries, watershed management, environmental pollution, carbon storage and biodiversity in the Amazon.
Our impact in the Amazon is even greater than imagined
Efforts to conserve tropical species will not succeed if we do not take into consideration the control of the most common disorders caused by man: logging, forest fires, among others. By Thiago Medaglia, Photo by Flavio Forner
Projects can remove 7.8 million “Maracana” stadium in the Brazilian Amazon
Protected areas may suffer loss of over 6.5 million hectares – an area equivalent to 7.8 million stadiums like the Maracanã – if projects of environmental impact that are in progress in the country are approved.
Peruvian won the National Geographic award for Leaders in Conservation
Victor Zambrano has been nominated for this global society as an “anonymous leader conservation” because of his environmental education work with children of Madre de Dios region.
I live in the jungle: strategies to produce and preserve protected areas in Brazil
Indigenous, riparians and farmers meet to discuss strategies to produce and preserve with valuation and integration of the Middle Land, in Pará state.