Fears for Brazil’s and Peru’s most isolated tribes if illegal road isn’t stopped — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

NGOs take legal action against an almost 100 km route cleared through the Amazon The first time I visited Colonia Angamos, a border-post-turned-tiny-town in the far western Amazon, was in a hydroplane that put down on the River Yaquerana. On one side of the water stood Angamos and Peru, on the other Brazil. Rio de… Fears […]

Fears for Brazil’s and Peru’s most isolated tribes if illegal road isn’t stopped — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

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