Funai’s new president, who took office on February 3, told InfoAmazonia in an interview that the [agency’s] budget for demarcating and protecting Indigenous Territories is approximately R$ 90,000, which means she will be looking for alternatives for getting the agency back up and working.
Amazônia Minada project finds unusual rise in demand for manganese in 2020, when it became the second most requested on indigenous lands – just after gold. Some of the richest manganese deposits in the world are in southeast Pará, overlapping with the territories of the Kayapó, the most affected by recent records in mining requests. Illegal mining has increased and Indigenous people denounce mining on their territories.
While he was president of Funai, Romero Juca delivered the land of Akuntsu Indians to their tormentors, says sertanista
Xipaya Indians and beiradeiros (river people), are finding a life in common in the village of Tukaya on the remote reaches of the Iriri River.
Approximately 47% of indigenous land has turned ashes. Fighting against fire depend on police protection for firefighters and effective supervision of a road.
Fund will be used for environmental remediation of the basins of the rivers Pastaza, Corrientes, Tigre and Marañón, in indigenous territories affected by nearly 45 years of oil activity.
Formalize the Arara da Volta Grande do Xingu indigenous land is, since 2011, one of the conditions for the hydroelectric plant can operate.
For example, Peru has leased out 60 percent of its share of Amazon rainforest as oil and gas concessions. This huge swathe of open-for-development land overlaps 70 percent of all indigenous communities in the nation.
To build the complex, the government will face 12 000 indigenous secularly known for cutting the heads of his enemies.
Operation by Federal Police, Federal Highway Police, National Indian Foundation and federal prosecutors removed the 70 people who illegally occupied indigenous land in the northwestern region of Mato Grosso.