Here we show how the construction of a new logging road threatens the northwest section of the current Reserved Zone. New high-resolution images reveal that the construction of this logging road has continued to expand in 2015.
In an exclusive investigation, journalist traveled to an oil concession deep in the Amazon rainforest, into Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, to film an illegal access road, the existence of which Ecuador’s government has denied.
Study shows the impact of road construction in the Amazon on biodiversity and the birds of the Amazon.
The Chinese company SINOPEC is a state company specializing in oil issues, but it will build the bridge without the environmental license.
Satellite images show that Petroamazonas built a big road, at least one permanent bridge and cut off more forest than was authorized.
National Geographic photographers found a secret oil access road in the Yasuní.
In environmental terms, the BR-319 Route would have the effect of a bomb, researcher said.
With the route fully operational transport costs may be reduced by 34%.
Deforestation points multiply in Iranduba, municipality connected to Manaus by bridge that cost a billion.
Report warns of the risks of the construction of the road.