Publication presents a social and environmental vision of the greatest black water basin in the world, with a length of approximately 70 million hectares, and shared by four countries: Brazil, Colombia, Guyana and Venezuela.
The level of the Rio Negro in Manaus, reached 29.36 meters yesterday, according to the National Water Agency (ANA). This is the sixth highest level ever recorded in the Amazon capital since 1902, when the river began to be monitored.
Decision determines that Funai must finalize all demarcation process within two years. The process has dragged on since 2007.
A scientific study indicates that the hydrological cycle of the Amazon will be increasingly unpredictable and with extremes.