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Protecting the forest 
Protecting the future

Conservation on the frontlines

Hand-in-hand with indigenous and other local people, we apply the power of innovation and time-tested traditional practices to protect the forests and watersheds of tropical America.

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The Amazon Conservation Team and the Colombian Constitutional Court are culturally and linguistically adapting the primary rulings of the Court to 26 indigenous languages. The project seeks to ensure the promotion and dissemination of as well as access to the decisions of the Court that benefit ethnic communities. The adaptation, beyond being literal, creates visual, graphic and audio tools that facilitate ethnic communities access to information on the court’s most significant decisions. 

This project promotes the self-determination and governance of these communities, along with respect for human dignity. To learn more, click below to find out where it was implemented and which communities were involved. 

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Learn more about the areas we work in, how we partner with local communities and what we do to protect the rain forest.

Lands of Freedom

The oral history and cultural heritage of the Matawai Maroons in Suriname

Experience Story Map

The Amazonian Travels of Richard Evans Schultes

Explore magical landscapes and indigenous cultures of the Amazon.

Experience Story Map

Legalization of Indigenous Territories in Colombia

Advances in the Consolidation of Biocultural Corridors.

Experience Story Map

Amazon Gold Rush: Gold Mining in Suriname

Learn about impacts of Suriname's primary driver of deforestation.

Experience Story Map

Cómo proteger al Jaguar es fundamental para cuidar la Amazonía

Amazon Conservation Team (ACT), junto con la Universidad del Amazonía, continúan en su proyecto “Vive y convive”, en el que ...
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The Shamans and Apprentices Program: A Promise to Kwamalasamutu

A Promise to Kwamalasamutu Long before Liliana and I founded the Amazon Conservation Team in 1996, I saw firsthand as ...
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Colombian National Land Agency and NGO enable titling of eleven indigenous territories

El Espectador, July 30, 2021 You can read the original article in Spanish on El Espectador here In a joint ...
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