The Brazilian Amazonia is a living organism that occupies 50 per cent of the Brazilian territory. Most of this area is not protected and is currently being threatened by development projects.
“The Amazon Forest has defined my work and who I am. The ancient trees, the wisdom and cosmology of indigenous communities, the powerful water: lakes, rivers and rain it has all transformed me.”
Join Green Initiatives for the first monthly forum of the Year of the Pig this February, will let you discover and learn more about the significance and the exploitation happening in the Amazon Forests in Brazil, with social ecologist and storyteller, Maria Eduarda Souza.