There are various paths that Para's development model can follow. Which one is sustainable?
A Repórter Brasil team visited Lábrea, Brazil, to better understand the hidden reality of forest destruction.
Findings from the latest INPE survey reveal what regions have been hit hardest by deforestation this year.
Compared to last year, deforestation increased 51 percent for the period of January to March.
Marcos Terena is the third person interviewed in "Voices of the Forest."
Wake Forest Reporting Fellow alum Rafael Lima puts his life on hold once he returns home to Brazil after contracting coronavirus on a study abroad program in Belgium.
To the older generation of the Paiter Surui, the COVID-19 pandemic looks disturbingly familiar.
The second interview of this series, "Voices of the Forest," features Chico Mendes' oldest daughter, Angela Mendes.
Lábrea, an Amazonas, Brasil, municipality with alarming deforestation rates, has a combination of remoteness, absentee state authority, and complete land titling chaos. These conditions catalyze land grabs, deforestation, and illegal timber extraction. And death. In great numbers.
Ailton Krenak's interview is the first in the series Voices of the Forest - The alliance of Chico Mendes forest communities today.
To the older generation of an Indigenous Brazilian community, the COVID-19 pandemic looks familiar.
Rubber tappers, whose history of labor is analogous to slavery, have organized themselves as their importance in cosmetics supply chains has grown. This story shows how conserving the Amazon can be profitable.