Rainbow Warrior in the Amazon

Image | May 7, 2012

The Greenpeace crew of Rainbow Warrior ship visited the Bailique archipelago, 160km far from Macapá municipality, to release the Zero Deforestation campaign. The 9,000 inhabitants live from the fishing and the açaí extraction. The local school named Escola-Bosque which 1,160 students have environmental classes and practice activities related to the reality of the forest. A hotel, built 12 years ago, never became to operate, and its installations have been deteriorating since then. In this photo, Paulo Adário, Amazon Campaign Director, explains to Escola-Bosque students the goals of the campaign Zero Deforestation.01/20/2009

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