Peru’s forest authority has issued a statement to the London Stock Exchange condemning United Cacao’s plantation projects.
From their computers, scientists and experts are translating technical data to allow us to see with new eyes what is happening with the Amazon.
Peru will have a new president and, until now, the environment has not been one of the fundamental topics of the public debate.
Dredgers in alluvial mining, mainly in Madre de Dios, Peru, caused impacts such as mercury contamination of water sources, changing the course of rivers and sedimentation.
A new analysis finds gold mining has shortened the Malinowski River and sullied its water.
Evidence of mercury pollution in Madre de Dios and its impact on health abound from years ago but on the verge of knowing the new President of Peru, emergency was declared in the Amazon region.
One of the proposals was identifying new forest products under sustainable management systems in order to improve the financial sustainability of protected areas.
The “Human Cost” is a documentary that shows the struggle that Peruvian indigenous uphold to avoid deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.
Document shows mercury contamination in rivers, hydrobiological species and population exceeding the maximum permissible limits due to artisanal mining.
Former Peruvian Vice Minister explains how the pact of presidential candidate, Keiko Fujimori, is anti-technical and can threaten the fight against illegal mining in Madre de Dios and Puno.