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Data, interactive maps and journalism about socio-environmental issues in the Amazon rainforest. Siga para actualizaciones en español.
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Thomson Reuters Foundation News Dec 13
A rise in small-scale illegal gold mining is destroying swathes of the Amazon rainforest, according to research | reports |
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A rise in small-scale illegal gold mining is destroying swathes of the Amazon rainforest, according to research | reports |
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Thomson Reuters Foundation News Dec 11
A rise in small-scale illegal gold mining is destroying swathes of the Amazon rainforest, according to research | reports |
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InfoAmazonia Dec 11
Illegal Mining, ‘Worse Than at Any Other Time,’ Threatens Amazon, Study Finds
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InfoAmazonia Dec 11
Looted Amazon: a new map by reveals the existence of more than 2000 points and 200 illegal mining areas in six Amazonian countries
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InfoAmazoniaEsp Dec 10
AMAZONÍA SAQUEADA Un estudio realizado por RAISG e revela que la minería ilegal está en más de 30 ríos y 2.000 puntos en las selvas de 6 países amazónicos. El resumen→ La historia interactiva→
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Rudo Kemper Dec 10
Very interesting and concerning study by and others on the breadth and scale of illegal mining in the Amazon, but unfortunately missing data from the Guianas.
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Bram Ebus Dec 10
A new project by and shows how major parts of the Amazon are destroyed by mining. Of all Amazon countries, Venezuela counts with most illegal mining sites that ravish the regions south of the Orinoco River.
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Provita Dec 10
Desde en alianza con lanzamos hoy Amazonía Saqueada: resultados de una investigación que encontró más de 2.000 puntos y 200 áreas de minería ilegal en seis países amazónicos, incluyendo Venezuela 📷
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InfoAmazonia Brasil Dec 10
InfoAmazonia se une a oito organizações de seis países da bacia amazônica para denunciar a epidemia de garimpos que afeta toda a floresta. Conheça a nossa plataforma multimídia. cc
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Gustavo Faleiros Dec 10
In partnership with a network of eight organizations in six countries of the Amazon rainforest, InfoAmazonia launched today a new platform to show the impacts of illegal mining.
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InfoAmazonia Dec 10
Illegal mining in Amazon rainforest has become an 'epidemic'
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InfoAmazonia Dec 10
InfoAmazonia partners with researchers to launch Sacked Amazon a new survey that reveals the existence of more than 2000 points and 200 illegal mining areas in six Amazonian countries
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InfoAmazonia Dec 8
Tropical forest conservation in the Bolsonaro era. A commentary Dan Nepstad, Joao Shimada and Oswaldo Carvalho jr. via
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Andrew Revkin Dec 7
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And of course you can learn more in a great running stream of coverage by , including: Altamira, a city transformed by the Belo Monte dam.
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Andrew Revkin Dec 7
Ever wonder why Amazon town is in so many headlines about the fight for the fate of the Amazon rainforest? of explains the geography of dams, mining, deforestation, & Indian land conservation efforts. More: 1/2
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AMAZON WATCH Dec 5
A new online database of attacks against indigenous people in Brazil demonstrates a crisis of violence in the country. More than 1,000 indigenous people have been assassinated in the last 30 years - and the President-elect wants to weaken even more the national indigenous agency.
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InfoAmazonia Dec 4
Deforestation across the Andean Amazon has reached 4.2 million hectares (10.4 million acres) since 2001. Annual deforestation has been increasing in recent years, with a peak in 2017
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Javier Maldonado Dec 4
Starting our meeting. We are almost ready to finish three years of hard work with really good results, the most important, a curate and update with more than 305.340 occurrences and 22.212 sites mapped!
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NBC News Nov 26
Scientists warn that Brazil's president-elect could push the Amazon rain forest past its tipping point — with severe consequences for global climate and rainfall.
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