Amazon Connected: The Waurá of Ulupuene have Access to the Internet
“The Green Inferno”: A Reaction from the Real ACT
For the last 20 years, ACT has conducted work in partnership with indigenous groups across Amazonia. Within these partnerships, we continue to be moved by the openness, kindness, and dedication demonstrated by these people.
Let There Be Light: ACT and Barefoot College partner to bring solar energy to indigenous villages in Suriname
Amazon Conservation Team Presented with the Seeing a Better World Award
ACT Raises $35,000 for The Trio Indian Shaman’s Encyclopedia
In May 2015, ACT President Dr. Mark Plotkin asked our supporters to donate to a unique project in honor of his 60th birthday.
The project—to create the Trio Indian Shaman’s Encyclopedia—is the capstone on the work Mark began with the Trio people more than 30 years ago and will serve as a guide for tribal peoples throughout the Amazon seeking to protect oral shamanic knowledge.