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Julian Lennon Joins the ACT Advisory Board

January 28, 2014

The Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) is pleased to announce that internationally-acclaimed musician and photographer Julian Lennon has agreed to join…

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Saving Sacred Sites: First Victory in the Kogi Territory

November 27, 2013

In December, 2012, the Kogi’s dream to protect Jaba Tañiwashkaka became a reality. The Colombian government designated the site as a National Cultural Monument, a new category of protection that can be declared for other sacred sites in the future.

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ACT Works With McGill University to Study Indigenous Agriculture and Diet

May 15, 2013

With funding from the Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment (CINE) of Canada’s McGill University, as part of a…

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Bruce Babbitt Speaks at ACT Event

May 15, 2013

Bruce Babbitt, who was Interior secretary during the Clinton administration and is an active conservationist, yesterday praised the work that the newspaper El Comercio has done in spreading the great environmental issues of concern, not only in our country but also throughout the world. Babbitt made that statement during a meeting of the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT), which took place in the capital of the United States and with the participation of renowned academics, politicians, and conservationists. ACT is chaired by Mark J. Plotkin, a leading ethnobotanist and expert on neotropical flora.

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