New Amazon Aid Foundation Film Takes a Deeper Look at Amazon Gold Rush

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Building on the success of Amazon Gold, our 2012 documentary on illegal gold mining in Peru’s Amazon Rainforest, Amazon Aid … Read More

Breathtaking Photos of Cocha Cashu

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Wildlife photographer and Amazon Aid artist Dano Grayson shares the Cocha Cashu experience with the world in these breathtaking photos taken … Read More

Ron Haviv Wins Big with Amazon Gold Photos

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Award-winning photojournalist and Artist for the Amazon Ron Haviv recently won an international photography award for a photo from his Amazon … Read More

Amazon Aid Welcomes Two New Artists for the Amazon

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Amazon Aid Foundation is excited to welcome two talented young women to our Artists for the Amazon family: Shea Rose and Julia Loman. … Read More

A Night With Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA- Last night the Amazon Aid Foundation got jazzed up for the rainforest with our biggest fundraiser to date: a spectacular … Read More

Incredible Wildlife Footage from the Peruvian Amazon

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Of the Earth’s 10 million species of plants and animals, almost one-third call the Amazon rainforest home. A single tree … Read More

Photos: Community Life in the Amazon

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On a recent stay with the Shipetiari community in the Peruvian Amazon, Artist for the Amazon Dano Grayson took part … Read More

Music Inspired by the Amazon from Leo Genovese

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Artist for the Amazon Leo Genovese created these tracks, inspired by the sounds and beauty of the Amazon rainforest, exclusively for … Read More

Herbie Hancock on Amazon Gold

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“As a world citizen, I’m concerned about the problems of the world, and the problems that are facing our next generations. It is important to show the world this situation, and any situations that are challenging the very existence of humanity.”

Beautiful Amazon Time-Lapse

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Over the month of June 2012, Dano Grayson was sponsored by the Amazon Aid Foundation as an Artist for the Amazon to travel alone through the South American wilderness in efforts of capturing nature at its finest.

Jazzed up for Earth Day!

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In celebration of Earth Day, bassist Esperanza Spalding will present the world premiere of her video “Endangered Species” on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. later today. The single is from Esperanza’s newest album, Radio Music Society, and will be shown to over 250,000 people on 3 jumbotron screens in addition to being simulcast live through the Earth Day network.

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