With 15 years of experience in defending isolated and recently contacted peoples, the geographer and indigenous agency worker – known as indigenistas in Brazil – tells us how he noticed the emergence of a sophisticated criminal structure after the inauguration of Jair Bolsonaro at the place where Dom and Bruno were murdered.
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Since 2019 the number of definitive land titles issued outside rural settlements has fallen in the Legal Amazon.
The partnership promotes the integrated management of nine indigenous lands and three extractive reserves to ensure sustainability and preserve the forest.
An avalanche of new investments has been announced in the last few days. Will they be able to leverage the much needed sustainable development?
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The murders of the indigenista Bruno Pereira and the British journalist Dom Phillips attracted the world’s gazes to the region of the Javari Valley, in the west of Amazonas. The second largest indigenous land in Brazil is home to the largest number of isolated populations in the world and has two National Indian Foundation (Funai) […]
While most consumers in Brazil are interconnected and fueled by renewable energy, many in the Amazon are isolated and rely on fossil fuels. We all foot that bill.
It is necessary to increase not only the number of fines issued but also the probability of collecting them.
No sustainable development strategy can be developed in the Amazon without respecting our country’s Constitution and laws.
Although forest regrowth in the Brazilian Amazon covers a vast area, it is invisible to existing monitoring systems. Without monitoring, regrowth remains dangerously vulnerable.