Federal agency makes publicly available in its entirety lawsuits against the largest hydroelectric project in progress in the country.
Celio Bermann, USP specialist, says that energy policy is wrong to choose inefficient megaprojects and polluting power plants.
The Chinese company Sinohydro Corporation Limited will make a design to build a hydroelectric plant in the town of Cachuela Esperanza, located on the banks of the Beni River.
Norte Energia consortium, responsible for the construction of the plant, just received the first part of 5.2 billion of Brazilian reais for the controversial work.
Project could affect protected areas and indigenous territories.
Memorandum could be to build a hydroelectric plant in the Amazon region of Beni.
Raoni appealed to United Nations and international community to press the Brazilian government to review development projects in the Amazon and preserve the rights of indigenous.
Brazil’s National Development Bank announced it has approved a $10.8 billion loan to the consortium that is building the Belo Monte dam.
Was determined to be made prior consultation to indigenous and integrated assessment of environmental impacts before any step.
Brazilian prosecutors warned today at a meeting in Quito of the environmental and social damage in his opinion carries the current “boom” of hydroelectric projects throughout the Amazon basin, including controversial Belo Monte Dam.