Tag Archive: Amazon

Karojepom

Karojepom, a 3 years old Munduruku indigenous child, stands near policemen of the National Security Force as Amazon natives from different tribes occupy the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam, near… Continue reading

press blackout

Three journalists were ejected from a Brazilian construction site where indigenous protesters have paralyzed work on a dam in the Brazilian state of Pará on Friday, May 3, World Press Freedom Day. Two… Continue reading

Munduruku

Reuters best photos of the year 2012 | Munduruku indigenous people point their bows and arrows at a police helicopter flying over the barrier of the Belo Monte Dam’s construction site in northern Brazil, June 15,… Continue reading

the dam

Amazonian natives climb up an artificial barrier which is part of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project to block heavy machinery from being used, on October, 2012, in a protest against the violation of their… Continue reading

Belo Sun

A local resident observes mining exploration equipment operated by Belo Sun Mining Corp. of Canada near the bank of the Xingu River, where Belo Sun has obtained a license to take over all gold… Continue reading

21 days

Shikrin leaders ride a bus on their way to a meeting with executives of Norte Energia, the consortium that holds the concession to build and operate the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam, in Altamira… Continue reading

downriver

Large areas of forest have been cleared for the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam near Altamira, Northern Brazil. A native Amazon boy stands on the bank of the Xingu River where water… Continue reading

amazon

  The remains of virgin Amazon rainforest are seen after it was cleared for its wood along the PA 150 highway near Moju, Para State. The PA 150 is the main route used for… Continue reading

Hope

PDS Esperança settlers have been largely forgotten by the Brazilian government, facing constant threat from illegal loggers; in Anapu

S11d

The remains of a house that was purchased and dismantled by Vale – the world’s second-largest mining company – in the Racha Placa community, May 30, 2012.