Specialists present results on fisheries, watershed management, environmental pollution, carbon storage and biodiversity in the Amazon.
Workers trying to clean up the oil spill of June 25 in Loreto lacked the equipment to clean up safely. The oil spill threatens the vulnerable community of Barranca which lacks safe drinking water and electricity.
The importance of conservation actions cross borders is recognized in international commitment signed in Peru
The committee will be responsible for defense against social and environmental impacts in the basin and the region.
For 11 days, people from Ucayali protested against the rise of electronic fees and the prices of drinking water, gas and telephone.
In September, the InfoAmazonia Network participated in the VI Latin American Meeting of Community Water Management in Chile to show the water monitoring project and his Mãe d´Água sensor.
In a video in Quechua language, the importance of water for the people of Sarayaku is shown. This one adds to a long and well-documented anti-extraction of oil, gas and minerals in their territory.
In the rivers Teles Pires and Juruena, indigenous tribes Apiaká, Kayabi, Munduruku and Rikbaktsa join forces to defend their rights against the construction of the complex of hydroelectric plants.
Negligence in the management of natural resources, a severe period of drought and the culture of waste: the largest metropolitan area in Brazil the verge of collapse
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.