Media

By: Milton López Tarabochia
Publication: Mongabay (July 2016)
Es un hecho que existen y son miles, no se les ve porque viven en los lugares más recónditos de la Amazonía. Se trata de los pueblos indígenas en aislamiento voluntario y contacto inicial (PIACI), una población numerosa que por haber permanecido durante mucho tiempo fuera del contacto con la cultura occidental, trae consigo una serie de desafíos porque su avistamiento es cada vez más común.
By: Juan Carlos Piedrahíta B.
Publication: El Espectador (June 2016)
“3 mil RÍOS: Voces en la Selva”, una creación del compositor Víctor Gama inspirada en el texto “Cariba Malo” de Roberto Franco, es una ópera multimedia cantada a través de las historias de personas que habitan los bosques tropicales de la Amazonia colombiana y brasileña, la costa Pacífica y las montañas de los Andes.
By: Charles Chang
Publication: De Ware Tijd (April 2016)
Late last month, the Amazon Conservation Team organized a trip to Kwamalasamutu in Suriname for friends of the environmental organization. This was carried out as part of its twentieth anniversary in Suriname. Among the group of visitors from the US was a world-famous artist, Tico Torres, drummer for the legendary rock band Bon Jovi.
By: Liz Cole and Jessica Webb
Publication: Global Forest Watch (April 2016)

Global Forest Watch is proud to introduce this year’s 11 Small Grants Fund recipients. These organizations will join the distinguished cadre of 25 past grantees in using Global Forest Watch tools, data and knowledge to improve forest management, transparency and accountability around the world.

By: Nathan Hahn
Publication: Mongabay (April 2016)

Open Data Kit helps the indigenous Kogi people map their land to empower stewardship of ancestral and ecologically important spaces in Colombia

By: Fariel Menso
Publication: De Ware Tijd (March 2016)

On Monday, the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) has given the start sign for modernizing the traditional medicine clinics in the indigenous villages of Apetina and Tepu in the District Sipaliwini in the South of Suriname.

By: Mireya Mayor, Ph.D.
Publication: National Geographic (March 2016)

ACT is undertaking a significant upgrade to our field data collection efforts—and that of our community partners—by introducing Open Data Kit (ODK) smartphone and tablet data collection forms.

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