LIMA, PERU- While attending the 2014 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP20) to present the film Amazon Gold, Amazon Aid … Read More
What does the Amazon rainforest give you? A lot more than you think! In honor of #GivingTuesday, here are seven … Read More
What happens when scientists, educators, and musicians all travel to the Amazon together? Last month, Amazon Aid found out as we … Read More
Our award-winning documentary film Amazon Gold, produced in association with America’s Business Council, has been selected as one of a handful … Read More
Sitting high in the Andean cloud forests, the Wayqecha Biological Research Station is located in the Kcosñipata Valley of southeastern … Read More
On Friday night the Amazon Aid Foundation and Rhythm of the Universe introduced Boston to the Anthem for the Amazon, … Read More
GOLD HAS BECOME SOUTH AMERICA’S MOST ILLICIT COMMODITY Peru has the second-largest amount of rain forest in the world, but … Read More
To put an accurate price on carbon, you need to know how much you have and where it’s … Read More
We’re proud to announce our next creative campaign to help protect the Amazon rainforest, a music video project called Anthem … Read More
It is well known that humans are having devastating impacts on the Amazon rainforest, but new data may show that … Read More
This video from Arbio, the Association for the Forest Resilience to the Inter-Oceanic Highway in Peru, uses the sounds of deforestation to … Read More
SAO PAULO — Brazil will temporarily ban the catch of a type of catfish in an effort to halt the … Read More
Three passionate students from Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the American School in Lima, have started a petition to help protect the … Read More
Companies could start extracting oil underneath key biodiversity reserve on Earth by 2016. Original story from the guardian. Drilling for oil … Read More
LA PAMPA, Peru (AP) — They sweat through 28-hour shifts in the malarial jungle of the Madre de Dios region … Read More
El Comercio and Peru.21 reported that 1500 police and troops dynamited $23 million worth of heavy machinery used in illegal … Read More
A little girl plays in the desolate landscape that is the aftermath of gold mining in Peru.
Amazonian rivers are highways through the rainforest; they provide a way for people to navigate the dense and challenging terrain.
Indigenous peoples inhabit a large portion of the Amazon rainforest and their traditional and cultural beliefs have existed for centuries, … Read More
See researcher Edward Hurme’s videos of caterpillars at the Wayqecha cloud forest research station in Peru.