Let me introduce two real forest heroes. These two joung Brazilians are part of our social environmental projects in Brazil. Read on to get to know them!
When arriving in the village of Juruena, visitors will be welcomed with a smile. With the sun high and hot on the sky, they’ll be offered a drink in the shades of a fruit tree.
The Brazil Nuts tree is a strange and unique forest guard! Let us tell you the story of this Amazon giant and why it’s such an important tree to us humans.
This river is named after the famous US-American president, and it’s one of the most protected areas in the Amazonas region.
Cooperatives of familiy farmers and amerindians are producing sustainably and ecologically, to make their environment – the Amazon – great again.
Indigenous tribes have socially organized themselves, to represent their interesst as for their land, as well as for their economical survival.
Die heutigen Amazonen kämpfen für den Erhalt des Regenwalds in dem sie den sozialen Frieden herbeiführen. Die Arbeit von kleinen Gruppen von Frauen im Amazonien ist heute ein wichtiger Beitrag zum Schutz des Urwalds.
Translation of this article will follow soon 🙂
Translation of this article will follow soon! 🙂
Juruena is a big river in the Amazon region, entering the Tabajós river. On the banks of Juruena emerged, in 1988, the town of Juruena.