Even though the Karipuna territory is officially recognized by the Brazilian government, that doesn’t stop land-grabbers from invading their land for logging and cattle farming.
The record-breaking fires in Brazil have already surpassed the grim mark from last year, and Bolsonaro’s government is to blame.
The Amazon is burning again, and the fires this year could be even more devastating than in 2019.
Even during the pandemic, illegal miners continue to invade Indigenous lands in the Amazon, threatening the forest and exposing Indigenous People to COVID-19.
Illegal activities continue in Indigenous Peoples lands, posing not only a threat to their livelihoods and to the forest, but also to their health.
If you’re at home and are looking for ways to learn more about the environment, here are a few suggestions of the films we are watching.
Imagine a world 100% powered by renewables. A sustainable world where development does not take an irreversible toll on our planet’s natural resources.
The largest Indigenous mobilisation in the world brought thousands of Indigenous Peoples together to exchange knowledge, share experiences, and fight for their rights.
To support the Indigenous communities in Brazil and show Bolsonaro’s government that the world is watching, hundreds of people all over the world demonstrated in front of Brazilian embassies.
Instead of only committing to starting a new diet or reading more books, how about adding items to your list that will also be good for our planet?