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Amazon Journey 2013

Tapajos: Public consultation? –More of a PR exercise

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Government-sponsored 'public consultation' on hydro-electric dam projects falls woefully short.

Rio Trombetas: The Last Quilombo

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Indigenous villagers protesting against hydro-electric projects face escalating intimidation.

Munduruku people in the Amazon: “Police and armed forces surround our...

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Indigenous villagers protesting against hydro-electric projects face escalating intimidation.

Gold Mining: enter the company, and a time bomb…

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The advent of a mining company spells conflict and potential environmental damaga

Gold Mining in the Amazon: Life in a garimpo

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São José is a currutela, a village of gold-panners. Life is precarious but until recently there was some stability and community spirit.

Transparency in Jacareacanga: Don’t you dare talk to me!

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The company in charge of environmental impact studies for hydro-electric plants on the Tapajos river does not like journalists.

Midia Ninja, alternative news

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Founded as part of the Fora do Eixo, to stage and film local festivals, this collective of young journalists is challenging the established might of TV Globo.

Rio, one year on

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Back in Brazil after a year's absence, Sue Branford feels the change -after decades of inertia brought about by the co-option of social movements by the PT, the country is coming alive again.

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