Amazon canceled a four-picture deal with the filmmaker amid the #MeToo movement.
A group of Brazilian indigenous people burned a tree and held banners outside the European Council in Brussels on Tuesday in a protest against fires in the Amazon forest
Syrian-born Ronaldo Mouchawar once had ambitions to be a basketball player. Ultimately, however, he followed in the footsteps of his father who was a merchant, and the man who inspired the name of his online auction site, ‘Souq.com’ in 2005.
Every year, 33 million tonnes of soybeans are imported into the Old Continent, mostly from Brazil and the United States.
He has summoned bishops, laypeople and indigenous groups to join him in discussing the environmental and sacramental challenges facing the region.
Photographer Kirsten Luce spent months documenting animals being exploited for entertainment.
Wildfires are still raging in the Amazon rainforest. 12 million hectares have burnt so far, three times more than last year. In Bolivia, over 5,000 people are fighting the blaze, but it is still out of control. Euronews Aid Zone reporter Monica Pinna recently returned from the affected area.
Authorities are trying to persuade farmers to switch to harvesting cacao from coca, which is used to make cocaine. Peru is a major cacao exporter, but also the world's second largest producer of cocaine.
Conflicts over the use of land and resources in the Amazon have taken the lives of more than 300 people says new HRW report.
So far this year nearly 94,000 fires have been observed across Brazil with the majority recorded in the Amazon.
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Fires continue to consume the normally lush Amazon, killing animals and leading to respiratory illnesses according to the leader of an indigenous group in Rondonia state.
The forest is home to 1,500 species of birds, 500 species of mammals and 550 of reptiles.
These past few weeks, the world’s eyes have been set on the fires ravaging the Amazon forest in Brazil and Bolivia.
We spoke to an expert to find out whether we should be more concerned about the ecological impact in Africa than South America.
On the burned ground, dead animals are found and the others are running after a wildfire raged in the area
Peru and Colombia want Amazonian countries to meet on September 6 and find a solution to the fires ravaging the forest.
Bolsonaro said Macron must apologise "before we talk or accept anything from France " but a spokesman later said Brazil would accept foreign aid.
Satellite images show all the area consumed by wildfires at tri-border area between Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay.
How do you stop the Amazon wildfires?
Thousands took to the streets in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday to demand that more be done to battle the wildfires in Brazil that have swept through parts of the Amazon region.
Tree trunk ashes are all that remain in this barren portion of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil's state of Rondonia.
Macron says that G7 leaders are close to a deal on tackling the Amazon fires