Tag Archive: Greenpeace

Tempo Estranho

While heavy rains hit the southeastern state of Rio de Janeiro, an unprecedent drought affected more than 340 thousand people in the south of Rio Grande do Sul state, south Brazil, on January… Continue reading

Arroz do sertão

“In the Piancó valley, backland of Paraíba State, Brazil, grows red rice. A variety more resistant than the white rice that can survive in hot, dry climate. After the soybeans, cotton and corn,… Continue reading

Streets under water

Streets under water in Trizidela do Vale, Maranhão. Heavy rain affected more than 800 thousand people in Northeastern Brazil. GREENPEACE / Lunae Parracho


Greenpeace activists float a sign in the sea to highlight the bio-diversity and climate threat posed by oil and gas exploitation in the area of Abrolhos Marine Reserve, off the coast of Bahia… Continue reading

“ó eu”

O menino Júlio costuma brincar em volta de sua casa, debaixo de um pé de Imbú, árvore comum nos chapadões semi-áridos do Nordeste. No horizonte, se distingue a imensa cava da única mina… Continue reading

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