3000 Rivers: Voices in the Jungle by Victor Gama
Posted on Friday, June 17, 2016
'3000 Rivers’ is a multimedia opera that reflects on the accelerated environmental destruction that occurs in the tropical forests of the Colombian and Brazilian Amazon, the Pacific Coast and the Andes Mountains. The piece is based on field work carried out in these ecosystems over the past four years and reveals the reality of the negative environmental and social impacts through the testimony of its inhabitants.
ACT launches map journal highlighting the Amazonian travels of Richard Evans Schultes
Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016
To celebrate the life and work of Dr. Schultes and the indigenous peoples he visited, the Amazon Conservation Team has developed a new online, interactive map journal that follows the father of modern ethnobotany through his amazing Amazonian explorations.
ACT Pilots Open Data Kit (ODK) to Enable Indigenous Partners to Seamlessly Collect Field Data in Their Native Language
Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2016
ACT is undertaking a significant upgrade to our field data collection efforts—and that of our community partners—by introducing Open Data Kit (ODK) smartphone and tablet data collection forms.
Primatologist, author, conservationist and explorer Dr. Mireya Mayor joins the Amazon Conservation Team
Posted on Friday, February 19, 2016
The Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) today announces that celebrated primatologist, author and conservationist Dr. Mireya Mayor is joining the organization to help communicate news of their vital projects and expand global awareness about the plight of the Amazon.
Ongoing ACT Support for Suriname’s Green Education Chest Initiative
Posted on Tuesday, February 16, 2016
From January 16 to 18, 2016, ACT contributed to a capacity building workshop for local teachers centering on the nation’s Green Education Chest initiative.