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Data, interactive maps and journalism on the Amazon rainforest. Siga para actualizaciones en español. Português
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CONNECTASLab Jun 20
⚡[CONÉCTATE YA] ⚡ CONNECTAS 📱conversaremos con de sobre 'Periodismo y Medio ambiente' 🌿 Hora: [10:00am – hora Colombia]
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NYDF Assessment Jun 5
Brand new digital report from RAISG and Infoamazonia examines the extent of infrastructure and extractive projects and exploration sites across Pan-Amazonia (): Amazonia at the crossroads via
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Gustavo Faleiros Jun 17
Seven year ago, on this day, InfoAmazonia website went live for the first time. The team was in Rio for the UN Earth Summit, (Rio+20). Since then, we have been working with an amazing group of people in the nine countries of the Amazon region
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The Brazilian Report Jun 17
(1/5) Our partners at are celebrating their 7-year anniversary today. We'd like to congratulate them, and share some of the pieces they've published with us.
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InfoAmazonia Jun 17
Amazonia at the Crossroads Deforestation in indigenous territories and protected areas remains small in absolute terms and is concentrated in critical regions. However, there is an accelerating trend of biodiversity loss. See more at the multimedia story
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CONNECTASLab Jun 16
CONNECTAS 📱conversaremos con de sobre 'Periodismo y Medio ambiente' 🌿 ¡Inscríbete! 🖊 Cuando: Jueves 20 de junio Hora: [10:00am – hora Colombia]
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Mongabay Jun 14
Despite a decade of zero-deforestation vows, forest loss continues: Greenpeace:
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InfoAmazonia Jun 12
Dry season has started in Amazonia. This is when deforestation and forest fires spike in the region. Our interactive fire map updates real time with from satellites. Check it out the widespread burning happening in the past 24 hours
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Nature News & Comment Jun 11
Replying to @NatureNews
Earth’s seed plants are disappearing 500 times faster than they would without human influence — and that's not counting species that are extinct in the wild or whose populations are too small to survive.
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DW Akademie Jun 9
In Rodônia, indigenous people are under siege: "Decades of have left indigenous lands as the last green spots." More on , a project by , supported by DW Akademie:
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Emma Graham-Harrison Jun 8
Puerto Ordaz was once Venezuela's industrial hub. Today its little more than a suburb to the illegal mines, where everything from apartments to cars and a university education is weighed out in grams of gold. With
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The Brazilian Report Jun 8
"The case of the Brazilian Amazon helps us to visualize the future of the entire region." Part 1 of a 3 part series by
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Rainforest Foundation Norway Jun 7
Replying to @InfoAmazonia
Thankfully, this website is packed with expandable & downloadable maps, brilliant photos and loads of useful background materials. Congrats, and RAISG! 👏 Check out RAISG's map library here.
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Rainforest Foundation Norway Jun 7
Wow, check this out! and the mapping network RAISG have created a masterpiece of a webpage highlighting the threats and pressures on the region.
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Greta Thunberg Jun 5
Disastrous deforestation like this must come to an end. And not just in the Amazon... We are literally sawing off the branch we all live on.
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InfoAmazonia Jun 5
Recent analysis from six countries show the conflict between the vision of economic development and the rights of indigenous territories and conservation of protected areas
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jonathanwatts Jun 4
Deforestation of Brazilian Amazon surges in May, fuelling fears that land grabbers are being tacitly encouraged by Bolsonaro government. By me.
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InfoAmazonia Jun 4
Feature: "Amazonia at the crossroads" A new collection of maps of researchers from six Amazonian countries reveal that 68 %, or most of the protected natural areas and indigenous territories suffer some kind of pressure and threat.
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InfoAmazonia Jun 4
On this ,InfoAmazonia and its partners at the Amazon Network of Socioenvironmental Georeferenced Information (RAISG) will launch an assessment about pressures and threats in six countries of the region. Stay tuned at
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Pulitzer Center Jun 2
Pulitzer Center and Rainforest Journalism Fund grantee Alexander Zaitchik speaks to about the threat Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro poses to the Amazon rainforest.
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