Study seeks to understand impacts of oil spills during the period of oil operations in the reserve, with information of 565 water and soil samples for the period 1994-2015.
The center will conduct river trips, jungle tours, wildlife watching and will show the management of natural resources that made residents of the communities located within the reserve and its buffer zone
The National Service of Protected Areas of Peru explained that at the end of operative was confiscated timber cut of several species which is marketed in the city of Iquitos for construction, with a value of nearly $ 30,000 .
The Pacaya Samiria National Reserve in Peru turned 42 years old, and has been protecting biodiversity and providing services to people who live within it. Actualidad Ambiental prepared this special on one of the most biodiverse areas in the Amazon.
Celebrating the World Environment Day, see a documentary about the largest reserve in Peru, with over 2 million hectares.
The approval of the Fisheries Management Program of the Arapaima gigas species, also known regionally as the “paiche” brings benefits to the people who manage this resource in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
An area of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve in the Amazon region of Peru, was declared an environmental emergency for 90 days due to water and soil pollution by oil spills.
The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) indicated that “environmental management of the instalations of the Pluspetrol company are inadequate and this is affecting the integrity and ecological equilibrium” of the Reserve.
The spill is the second of the year in Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Occurred in November, but the news was released a month later by an NGO.
In 2013, 445,900 young river turtle were released resulting from the implementation of management plans for the species.