Eye on the Amazon
  • In Pictures: "Klamazon" Brings Unity and Hope

    In Pictures: "Klamazon" Brings Unity and Hope

    A recent delegation led by Amazon Watch unites indigenous youth from the Klamath and Xingu rivers

    March 6, 2014 – My journey over the past four years in this fight against the Belo Monte dam has been intense, but accompanying the Klamath delegation to the Xingu brought hope not only to the local populations of the Xingu, but also to myself!

  • "Rivers like the Klamath and the Xingu are the bloodlines of every human on the planet."

    "Rivers like the Klamath and the Xingu are the bloodlines of every human on the planet."

    Indigenous youth unite for rivers

    February 23, 2014 – The Xikrin, Juruna and Arara are not alone in facing threats to their rights and environments. Many more monster dam and mining projects are on the chalkboard for the Amazon.

  • Chevron: "Let Them Eat Pizza!"

    Chevron: "Let Them Eat Pizza!"

    February 19, 2014 – In a move that would make Montgomery Burns proud, Chevron "apologized" to the community for the massive explosion of their fracking well in rural Pennsylvania by offering each affected family a coupon for a free pizza.

  • We Will Never Forget

    We Will Never Forget

    3rd anniversary of judgment against Chevron In Ecuador

    February 14, 2014 – Justice delayed is justice denied. For the sake of Maria Aguinda and thousands more like her, let us today re-commit to fighting until the people of the Ecuadorian Amazon get the relief they have sought for too long already.

  • Klamath River Youth Travel to Brazil to Join Belo Monte Dam Fight

    Klamath River Youth Travel to Brazil to Join Belo Monte Dam Fight

    February 14, 2014 – "We want to show solidarity in the struggle to preserve and protect inherited cultures and natural resources from shortsighted projects like the proposed Belo Monte dam."

  • Voices of the Xingu: Antonia Melo, Amazon Warrior

    Voices of the Xingu: Antonia Melo, Amazon Warrior

    February 13, 2014 – Antonia is a visionary woman who sees what President Rousseff cannot seem to grasp: a sustainable future for Brazil that no longer harms the environment nor people's rights.

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