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.
OjoPúblico and the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (SPDA, in Spanish) started distributing “Roads of Gold” (#Rutasdeloro): stories about illegal mining in the Amazon in five countries in the region: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru .
The company Petroamazonas EP will launch preparatory activities such as installation of camps and opening access in Tiputini and Tambococha fields, located the first out of the Yasuni National Park, and the second within.
Area that links two national parks known by the biodiversity needs to integrate local population to be restored successfully.
A delegation of senators and deputies from Brazil will travel to Ecuador to observe environmental damage.
Oil company was ordered in Equador to indemnify indigenous for environmental damage and appealed to international courts to avoid payment.
Women require do not oil exploitation in Yasuní.
Deforestation in Ecuador for the first three months of 2013 was pacing more than 300% ahead of last year’s rate.
Ecuadorian president issued an executive decree ending the Yasuní-ITT initiative.
Costa Rican environmentalists are concerned about the oil bidding requested in the Ecuadorian Amazon.