The video and petition call for an end to Amazon oil drilling, stating “the science is clear: we have to keep two-thirds of fossil fuels in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate change”.
High definition footage of the forest are the strong in this production which opens on Thursday. Monkey protagonist enchants children.
Three filmmakers plan to spend six months filming in one of the most remote, most spectacular, and most endangered ecosystems on the planet: the Las Piedras River system in the Peruvian Amazon.
Greenpeace’s new video focuses on the dangers of illegal logging, and shows that illegal timber’s destination isn’t so far from home.
Terra-i published a video of its first field validation of its data on vegetation cover changes for the years 2011- 2012 in Pucallpa, Ucayali, in Peru. This validación was realizada between September and October of 2013.
Documentary produced by ((o))eco shows impacts on the hydrological cycle in the Andes and the Amazon.
Close to Pomacochas in Amazonas, have been working in reforestation of native species, in education and research.
Among Pomacochas and the Alto Mayo there are great mountains in the mist where living species straight out of a fairy enchanted.
This video is a tribute to all those who inspire and help Preserving by Nature.
The audiovisual work seeks to recognize and highlight the strategic importance of the Amazon to the world’s sustainable development.