These videos take you step-by-step through the destructive process of illegal gold mining in the Amazon rainforest.
Wayqecha is home to over 200 species of orchids, many of them still not yet described by science. The video … Read More
In honor of Earth Day, we’re proud to share the first official release of Anthem for the Amazon online with this … Read More
Of the Earth’s 10 million species of plants and animals, almost one-third call the Amazon rainforest home. A single tree … Read More
TV Perú invitó a la Amazon Aid Foundation para discutir nuestro documental Amazon Gold (Oro Amazónico) la noche antes de su … Read More
Sitting high in the Andean cloud forests, the Wayqecha Biological Research Station is located in the Kcosñipata Valley of southeastern … Read More
Over the past two years, the video camera trap program at Yasuni National Park in the Ecuadorean Amazon has managed to capture amazing footage of animals rarely seen by humans.
Ecologist and scientific advisor to the Amazon Aid Foundation, Greg Asner is a pioneer of new methods for investigating tropical deforestation, degradation, ecosystem … Read More
Artist for the Amazon Leo Genovese created these tracks, inspired by the sounds and beauty of the Amazon rainforest, exclusively for … Read More
This video from the Carnegie Airborne Observatory, shows just how much illegal gold mining has irrevocably destroyed areas of … Read More