News from the Amazon
Bolivia designates world’s largest protected wetland
To mark the annual World Wetlands Day, the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International ...
Purús:Government strengthens its commitments in favor of Peru´s largest National Park
• Approval of new master plan reinforces conservation efforts and strengthens the protection of ...
Peru's Ministry of the Environment and WWF consolidate a conservation alliance
• New agreement strengthens collaboration between the two institutions for the benefit of ...
Newly entitled indigenous communities in Loreto; Peru now ready to foster conservation throughout the trinational borde
After the recent creation of three natural protected areas along the Peruvian border with Ecuador ...
Brasil-France: gold mining fever and the need of political cooperation
WWF opinion article regarding gold mining in Brasil-French Guiana border.
Can Brazil and France jointly keep Indigenous populations and protected areas safe from illegal gold-mining damages?
Brazilian children show they opt for new renewable forms of energy
President Dilma Rousseff will receive 29 letters chosen from over 2,000 competition submissions
Brazil confirmed drop in annual deforestation rates
The virtuous cycle of Brazil in monitoring Amazon deforestation should be applied in other Amazon ...
Legal decision gives a break for conservation of the Tapajos basin in the Brazilian Amazon
Debate over the construction of more dams in the Amazon heats up
Report points out twists in the Brazilian energy sector
The report points out that the huge potential of solar and wind energy is disregarded in public ...