“I don’t say this lightly as a scientist, but this is the most important election ever in Brazil for the Amazon and its survival.”
Campaigners say the company’s net zero pledge amounts to greenwashing in light of its spiralling emissions.
Forty years of struggle by Brazil's landless workers movement offers lessons on engaging the system without being co-opted.
A campaign by U.S. and Brazilian activists challenging TIAA and other financial firms’ complicity in land grabs and deforestation in Brazil is scoring major victories.
The country’s Supreme Court has agreed to review the process around a past case that cancelled the demarcation of an Indigenous territory claimed by the Guarani Kaiowá people.
The police killing of João Pedro Mattos Pinto, a 14-year-old Black Brazilian in Rio de Janeiro, unmasked the scope of police brutality amid a pandemic and led to an unprecedented court decision.
Jair Bolsonaro’s aggressive deregulation and exploitation of the Amazon’s resources threatens the entire planet.
"The invaders think they can enter the indigenous reserve because of the government agenda."
At the cost of over $2,000 per acre—and that is the cheapest I could find—it isn’t cheap, totaling over $30 billion to replace what the Amazon lost this decade.