Cerrado: water, legislation and the future of Brazil
Article by Michael Becker, Cerrado-Pantanal Programme Coordinator, WWF-Brazil
Brush fires cloud the Brazilian capital with smoke
The extremely low humidity levels resulting from the long drought and the fires that sweep through ...
Southern Amazon Mosaic facilitates Protected Area management
The mosaic embraces protected areas in the states of Amazonas, Mato Grosso and Rondonia, with a ...
Gisele mobilises social networks to support the forests
This year is the International Year of Forests and a beautiful sunset on the Amazon river was the ...
Living in the north of Mato Grosso for 19 years Seu Daniel wants to produce without harming the environment
In the remote parts of the Amazon small scale farmers face a difficult challenge; how to reconcile ...
September 5th: Amazon Day
With its seven million square kilometres, five and a half million of which are covered by forest, ...
WWF-Brazil launches second DVD in the Climate Witnesses series
Video, part of a WWF Network project, shows climate change impacts on the lives of fishermen in ...
Senate's Constitution and Justice Committee presents Forest Law Reform Bill report
A coalition of environmental NGOs, SOS Forests, denounces the committee report for exacerbating the ...
Senators identify flaws in the draft text to modify the Forest Law
Debate reveals problems with the alterations proposed by the House of Representatives and ...
Pan-Amazonian Indigenous organisations debate environment and ancestral wisdom
Climate change, protected areas and the 'green economy' including the potential carbon markets and ...