ACT in the Press

Are you ready to delve into ACT's work across northern South America? In the stories below, you'll learn more about our projects, as well as meet some of our key partners, including indigenous leaders. Written by journalists at prominent publications, ACT staff or friends of our organization, these articles provide a glimpse into our myriad programs.

The Caquetá government makes history for the rights of indigenous communities

by: La Nación
Publication: La Nación (October 2015)

In April 2012, through the first assembly of the indigenous communities of Caquetá, the Caquetá government took a historic step toward the formalization and recognition of the rights and culture of the indigenous communities of the region.

Expansie goudwinning te zien op nieuwe website Amazon Conservation Team

by: GFC Nieuws
Publication: GFC Nieuws (October 2015)

Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) heeft op 12 oktober de website “Amazon Gold Rush: Gold Mining in Suriname” gelanceerd. Op de website is informatie van verschillende bronnen bijeen gebracht om de expansie van goudwinning in Suriname te tonen.

Projeto da Caixa Cultural traz a Brasília instrumentista luso-angolano Victor Gama

by: Portugal Digital
Publication: Portugal Digital (October 2015)

Victor Gama estará em Brasília a 19 de outubro para apresentar um show em que toca instrumentos peculiares criados por ele mesmo. Sua peça mais recente "3 mil Rios: vozes da Floresta ", uma ópera multimídia, vai estrear em Lisboa e Bogotá em maio de 2016, encomendado pela Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. com apoio do Teatro Colon, a Amazon Conservation Team e Flora Arts + Natura.

Vrouwen zullen zonne-energiesysteem Tepu beheren

by: Fariel Menso
Publication: De Ware Tijd (September 2015)

PARAMARIBO - Dorpelingen van het inheemsendorp Pelulu Tepu leven al ruim vijftien jaar zonder energie. De lichtmotor is buiten gebruik door problemen met de aanvoer van brandstof. De 51-jarige Ana Nantawi en de 44-jarige Ketura Aparaka willen de situatie veranderen.

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