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THE AMAZONIAN INTELLIGENCE

"What do the trees, insects, and cultural traditions of the Amazon have to do with blockchain and DNA sequencing? Everything, according to a group of international scientists proposing a new way to save the world’s largest rainforest."

MAP SHOWING INDIGENOUS RESERVE IN BRAZIL

A BLOODY JANUARY FOR BRAZIL'S INDIGENOUS KAIOWA 

Attacks on indigenous Kaiowá communities in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul at the start of the year have highlighted a long-running campaign of persecution and growing violence against the group.

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AMAZON COULD TURN FROM CARBON SINK TO SOURCE

A new study finds that the Brazilian Amazon could be moving from being a carbon storehouse to a carbon source — putting the regional and global climate at great risk. Intensifying wildfires could contribute to that shift happening by mid-century.

green-leafed%20plant_edited.jpg

THE AMAZONIAN INTELLIGENCE

"What do the trees, insects, and cultural traditions of the Amazon have to do with blockchain and DNA sequencing? Everything, according to a group of international scientists proposing a new way to save the world’s largest rainforest."

MAP SHOWING INDIGENOUS RESERVE IN BRAZIL

A BLOODY JANUARY FOR BRAZIL'S INDIGENOUS KAIOWA 

Attacks on indigenous Kaiowá communities in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul at the start of the year have highlighted a long-running campaign of persecution and growing violence against the group.

AAMZON arc-of-deforestation-Image-by-KBH

AMAZON COULD TURN FROM CARBON SINK TO SOURCE

A new study finds that the Brazilian Amazon could be moving from being a carbon storehouse to a carbon source — putting the regional and global climate at great risk. Intensifying wildfires could contribute to that shift happening by mid-century.

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