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  • FLONAS - public lands are set aside for permanent production forests where loggers can harvest timber
  • Green peace moratorium on soy
  • Satellite image of Kayapó lands and most of the Xingu Indigenous Park (to the south) showing plumes of smoke rising from burning of primary forest remnants outside of the Indigenous Territories. Dark green areas are indigenous lands and light brown areas area ranch and agricultural land. Brazil, Southeast Amazon. Kayapó have defended their forested territories for generations. Surveillance in 2011 revealed this illegal goldmining operation
  • 2005 – 300 000 ha rainforest damaged
  • The Acre govern- ment in turn established a ‘situation room’ staffed by two civil defence coordinators, three state employees from INPE and several researchers and students from the LBA-ECO team. (left) 21 August 2005 and (right) 12 October 2005 of part of eastern Acre,Brazil.Green represents vegetation,light grey indicates deforested areas,and purple shows burnt areas.Dark purple is burned open areas (most noticeable in left image).The light purple patches (right image) show standing rain forests where the canopy was affected by fire.

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  • 1. D f et io a dF rs Fe e rs tn n oet irs o a in h Bailn m zn te rzia A ao M S leg& a T r ns y eb r P u or t l e
  • 2. Population Growth & MigrationGlobalized Market National development policy Bio-fuel demand Food demand Road Timber demand construction Water cycle changes Grassing land for Rainfall decrease Agriculture land cattle Run-off regulation changes Biodiversity loss Decrease CO2-release Amazon deforestation from atmosphere Soil CO2 emission increase Droughts 1 & Fires 2 Climate change Pests
  • 3. A tr a dte rl c s n h iro s o e Epistemic communities of scientists UN organizations Brazil Federal Farmers, Government World Bank ranchers & Local Companies loggers Local authorities communities Research institutes Media Local and regional associations Celebrities National NGOs & REGIONAL NGO associations NATIONAL State coalitions Multinational International NGOs Corporations INTERNATIONAL
  • 4. I t tnn it io s suL cl oa: Po etr hs rp r ig t y Poet aes rt e ra cd M latr r n e e t ui- c ar g m ns t o a Iom tn yt se vo m nain ictr n r a ss m ( nirn e t d a s f io e l o) Ta itn l s uio so m n g m n rd io aint tn f a a e e t it r
  • 5. I t tnn it io s suN tn l a a io : T xtn c e e a dsb id s aa sh m s n u s ie io P lie – e vo m naa dd vl m n o s nirn e t n ee p e t ic l o D cnrla n f eis nm k g ee t izt o d c io - ain a io L w n e f cm n a a d n re e t o F rs c n es n yt oet o csio ss me
  • 6. I t tnn it io s suI en tn ln raio a t : G en et a n re cr ict s if io C ro - rd g R D & D ab nt in , E D C M a M latr r n e e t ui- c ar g m ns t o a
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  • 8. Xingu Indigenous Park
  • 9. C p cyod awh h n e a aitt el it c a g
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