Nueve organizaciones advierten sobre la grave crisis ambiental y de derechos humanos que vive la Amazonia colombiana
On December 2, 2020, a species-rich stand of Andes-Amazon rainforest stewarded by indigenous women of ASOMI achieved legal designation as a Civil Society Nature Reserve, “Mamakunapa”.Continue »
The Aduche Indigenous Reserve in the Colombian Amazon is Expanded, connecting it to the World’s Largest Rainforest Conservation CorridorContinue »
The Matawai Maroons of Suriname—descendants of enslaved Africans who fled into the rainforest over 300 ago, where they have remained ever since— in partnership with ACT, are launching a new interactive Storytelling Map showcasing their centuries-old oral histories about their ancestral lands and culture.Continue »
The pandemic is hitting indigenous communities of the Amazon from all sides. They are in dire need of support to ward off the virus and save human lives right now, and to protect their cultures and forests from mounting ecological threats and economic pressures.
ACT is continuing to scale our efforts to support communities in tackling this critical issue from within in alliance with local organizations and government agencies. In areas where aid is simply not available or public services lack the capacity or will to independently reach communities in need, our work has been indispensable.Continue »
With immense pain, we mourn the passing of our friend and colleague Robinson López Descanse, Climate Change Coordinator of COICA…Continue »
Con inmenso dolor lamentamos el fallecimiento de nuestro amigo y colega Robinson López Descanse, Coordinador de Cambio Climático de COICA…Continue »
In the following report, the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) highlights some of its on-the-ground efforts in response to the two…Continue »
Lamentamos profundamente el fallecimiento de Luis Hernando “Bufeo” Rivas Cubeo, cofundador de la comunidad indígena de Borikada en el Resguardo…Continue »
We mourn the death today of our colleague and friend José de los Santos Sauna Limaco, governor of the Kogui – Malayo – Arhuaco Indigenous Reserve.
We honor the life of José de los Santos, his leadership, and his dedication to the protection of his Kogui people and the defense of the Linea Negra, a network of sacred sites of the four communities of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
We share this sad moment with his family, the Kogui people, and the indigenous peoples of Colombia.Continue »