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  • Mining on Sacred Land in Raposa Serra do Sol Rainforest

    Mining On Sacred Land In Raposa Serra Do Sol Rainforest

    Apr 09, 2021 Bolsonaros rhetoric has fueled a surge in illegal mining in indigenous territories throughout Brazil in recent years, and the Covid-19 pandemic has further exacerbated the situation. As gold prices soared and national lockdowns curtailed both federal and local efforts to monitor and resist illegal land invasions, tens of thousands of illegal ...

  • The Brazilian Gold Rush Gold Mining in Brazil Kellyco

    The Brazilian Gold Rush Gold Mining In Brazil Kellyco

    Oct 13, 2020 The first wave of the Brazilian Gold Rush might be termed the S o Paolo Gold Rush due to it being centered in that Captaincy. However, there was a second wave of the Brazilian Gold Rush that was centered around the Cuiaba River, a little over 850 miles from the site of the first wave.At the time this was terra incognita and the second wave of the Brazilian Gold Rush helped to expand the ...

  • Anglo American wont rule out mining on Indigenous lands

    Anglo American Wont Rule Out Mining On Indigenous Lands

    Mar 19, 2021 Mining giant Anglo American says it wont rule out the possibility of mining in Indigenous territories in the Brazilian Amazon a practice currently prohibited under the countrys ...

  • Brazil court orders illegal miners booted from Yanomami

    Brazil Court Orders Illegal Miners Booted From Yanomami

    May 21, 2021 Politicians in both the Senate and Congress are pushing three bills, PL 5102021, PL 1912020 and PL 26332020, that, if approved, could give land grabbers amnesty, create loopholes for mining

  • Brazil Indigenous People Protest Mining Plan on Their Land

    Brazil Indigenous People Protest Mining Plan On Their Land

    Apr 21, 2021 Brazilian indigenous people from various ethnic groups protest against the proposal of the federal government to legalize mining in indigenous lands, in front of Planalto Palace in Brasilia on April 19, 2021. Lobbyists have been advocating for the revival of the bill known as Bill 191 since it was dismissed by Brazils Congress last June.

  • How Illegal Diamond Mining Threatens Brazils Indigenous

    How Illegal Diamond Mining Threatens Brazils Indigenous

    The Cinta-Larga indigenous group in Brazil is on the brink of collapse as they struggle to confront illegal mining in one of the worlds largest diamond deposits. Our land is our spirit. An indigenous person without his land is an indigenous person without a soul. This is how one of the leaders of the Cinta-Larga tribe ends his speech at a ...

  • Brazils Supreme Court to rule soon on Indigenous land

    Brazils Supreme Court To Rule Soon On Indigenous Land

    Aug 25, 2021 Brazils Supreme Court to rule soon on Indigenous land rights. Prior to 1988, Brazils Indigenous people were hunted down, their ears cut off by paid killers for big landowners.

  • Brazil Supports Demining Actions In Colombian Territory

    Brazil Supports Demining Actions In Colombian Territory

    Nov 21, 2019 Brazil Supports Demining Actions In Colombian Territory. Members of the Brazilian Marine Corps and the Brazilian Army conduct activities related to Colombias Comprehensive Action Plan against Antipersonnel Mines. Photo Brazilian Navy Colombia is one of the most contaminated country with antipersonnel mines, resulting in more than 11,000 ...

  • Brazil LandLinks

    Brazil Landlinks

    Brazil has a total land area of 8.5 million square kilometers. Agricultural land makes up 31 of the land area, forests 56, and grasslands 13. Protected areas including forests account for 18 of this land area. Approximately 4.4 of the agricultural land is irrigated, but the potential for irrigation is more than twice as great, extending ...

  • Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor

    Landmine And Cluster Munition Monitor

    Brazil. Key developments since May 2003 In April 2004, Brazilian antipersonnel mines with the same lot numbers as some of Brazils mines retained for training were recovered by police from a drug lord outside Rio de Janeiro.Brazil has retained 16,545 mines for training, the highest number of any State Party, but in April 2004, Brazil reported no training activities were carried out in 2002 ...

  • Deforestation and LandGrabbing in the Amazon During

    Deforestation And Landgrabbing In The Amazon During

    Jun 23, 2020 Deforestation and Land-Grabbing in the Amazon During COVID-19. With a significant number of people isolating at home, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many industries to their knees. However, illegal land-grabbing, mining, logging, and poaching in the Brazilian Amazon continue at full steam with criminals using the pandemic period to ramp up ...

  • Brazil Indigenous peoples mobilise to defend land and

    Brazil Indigenous Peoples Mobilise To Defend Land And

    22 hours ago The Luta Pela Vida Struggle for Life mobilisation gathered more than 5,000 indigenous people from 117 indigenous communities in the capital Brasilia, to protest Bill 490, which if approved will have irreversible impacts by worsening the already critical land and income concentration in the country. Brazil has 567 demarcated ...

  • Illegal gold mining in indigenous Yanomami territory Brazil

    Illegal Gold Mining In Indigenous Yanomami Territory Brazil

    If adopted, the draft Mining Law on Indigenous Lands No.1610 would allow the legal entry of mining companies into indigenous territory. The application of that law would put the Yanomami peoples at further risk of land contamination and displacement since by 2013 their territory alone was subject to 654 mining

  • Mining in Brazil Lexology

    Mining In Brazil Lexology

    Jul 04, 2019 The mining industry has significant relevance to the Brazilian economy, accounting for approximately 4.2 per cent of Brazilian GDP in 2016 the most up-to-date official data available. Since 2006 ...

  • A Massacre Foretold Mining and violence explode in the

    A Massacre Foretold Mining And Violence Explode In The

    Flyovers on April 7 and 9 reveal that illegal mining in the Yanomami Indigenous Territory in the states of Roraima and Amazonas is giving way to a new Serra Pelada, a massive open-air gold mining operation in the Brazilian Amazon.Just as in the 1980s gold rush, the current economic crisis and the high price of gold is encouraging miners to engage in the activity, which results in ...

  • Gold mining destruction continues in Brazils indigenous

    Gold Mining Destruction Continues In Brazils Indigenous

    May 26, 2021 Gold mining destruction continues in Brazils indigenous territory Rio de Janeiro Indigenous people in northern Brazil lost around 200 hectares of forest in the first quarter of 2021 due to illegal gold mining, according to a report. The report was published by

  • Brazil towards the end of gold mining in Yanomami territory

    Brazil Towards The End Of Gold Mining In Yanomami Territory

    Jun 01, 2021 Brazil towards the end of gold mining in Yanomami territory. Yanomami people in Brazil. Posted on 2021-06-01 1208 The closer the elections are, the

  • Brazil Amazon Illegal miners fire on indigenous group

    Brazil Amazon Illegal Miners Fire On Indigenous Group

    May 11, 2021 In March, ISA said an area equivalent to 500 football pitches had been destroyed by mining in the Yanomami territory last year alone, with most of the activity located around the Uraricoera river.

  • Brazils Plan To Open Indigenous Land To Mining Would

    Brazils Plan To Open Indigenous Land To Mining Would

    Sep 18, 2020 BRASILIA Thomson Reuters Foundation - A Brazilian government proposal to open indigenous land in Brazil to mining concessions could lead to the loss of forests over an area larger than England, researchers said Friday. Such a loss would reduce by 5 billion a year the global benefits the forest provides in terms of things such as forest ...

  • Environmental impact of mining in the rainforest

    Environmental Impact Of Mining In The Rainforest

    The gold find at Serra Pelada in the Brazilian Amazon is reviewed by Schmink, M. Social change in the garimpo, in John Hemming ed., Change in the Amazon basin, Vol. 2 The frontier after a decade of colonisation, ManchesterManchester University Press, 1985 and Mallas, J. and N. Benedicto Mercury and gold mining in the Brazilian Amazon ...

  • Anglo American eyeing copper on protected indigenous land

    Anglo American Eyeing Copper On Protected Indigenous Land

    Apr 15, 2021 British mining giant Anglo American made three copper mining research applications on the protected lands of Indigenous people in the Amazon without consulting them, a community leader told Unearthed.. Anglo American made the applications in the territory of the Munduruku people in 2019, despite commercial prospecting and mining in Indigenous lands being illegal under Brazils constitution ...

  • Bolsonaro seeks to open Brazils indigenous land to mining

    Bolsonaro Seeks To Open Brazils Indigenous Land To Mining

    Bolsonaro seeks to open Brazils indigenous land to mining. ... Almost 13 per cent of Brazilian territory is demarcated as tribal land. This is a big step forward, but it will face pressure ...

  • Mining rights and title in Brazil Lexology

    Mining Rights And Title In Brazil Lexology

    Jul 04, 2019 An overview of legal and practical considerations surrounding mining rights and title in Brazil, including the extent of state control, renewal and transfer of licences, and protection of rights.

  • Brazil The economy Britannica

    Brazil The Economy Britannica

    Brazil - Brazil - The economy Brazil is one of the world giants of mining, agriculture, and manufacturing, and it has a strong and rapidly growing service sector. It is a leading producer of a host of minerals, including iron ore, tin, bauxite the ore of aluminum, manganese, gold, quartz, and diamonds and other gems, and it exports vast quantities of steel, automobiles, electronics, and ...

  • Brazil pushes plans for mining on tribal lands to European

    Brazil Pushes Plans For Mining On Tribal Lands To European

    Jan 10, 2020 Brazils government on Friday said it was pushing ahead with plans to allow mining on tribal lands, briefing European diplomats on proposals that have drawn criticism from indigenous advocates in ...

  • Illegal gold miners stalk Amazon as authorities look away

    Illegal Gold Miners Stalk Amazon As Authorities Look Away

    Jun 23, 2021 Palimi sits on Brazils largest indigenous reserve, which has an area similar to Portugal and 27,000 people. Mining is illegal there, but prospectors have always found ways to do their work.

  • Gold mining destruction continues in Brazils indigenous

    Gold Mining Destruction Continues In Brazils Indigenous

    May 27, 2021 Gold mining destruction continues in Brazils indigenous territory. Rio de Janeiro, May 26 IANS Indigenous people in northern Brazil lost around 200 hectares of forest in the first quarter of 2021 due to illegal gold mining, according to a report. The report was published by

  • Gold mining destruction continues in Brazils indigenous

    Gold Mining Destruction Continues In Brazils Indigenous

    May 26, 2021 Yanomami territory has seen 2,130 hectares destroyed by gold mining. The land is riddled with deep craters and gold mining camps. A Supreme Court judge in Brasilia ruled on Monday that the Brazilian government must do everything in its power to guarantee the security of the Yanomami and Munduruku indigenous territories.

  • Gold mining destruction continues in Brazils indigenous

    Gold Mining Destruction Continues In Brazils Indigenous

    The report was published by the Hutukara Associacao Yanomami association. If the development continues at such a pace, Brazils indigenous Yanomami people fear a new record in 2021, Xinhua reported. In 2020, 500 hectares of Amazon forest were destroyed on their protected territory. Yanomami territory has seen 2,130 hectares destroyed by gold mining.

  • Brazil Mining and Biodiversity From environmental

    Brazil Mining And Biodiversity From Environmental

    Aug 23, 2017 The global mining sector, by the way, is the one that has subscribed most to this initiative 6. The Secretary publicly defended the importance of developing tools to build the biodiversity market 7. In 2010, the Brazilian Business Movement for Biodiversity was created MEBB, by its Portuguese acronym.

  • Gold rush in Brazil threatens Yanomami Indigenous people

    Gold Rush In Brazil Threatens Yanomami Indigenous People

    May 25, 2021 According to a recent report from the Hutukara Yanomami Association, mining on Yanomami territory grew by 30 in 2020, with nearly 6,000 acres of land deforested. Images of mining areas

  • Miners out COVID out Brazils Yanomami fight back

    Miners Out Covid Out Brazils Yanomami Fight Back

    Apr 30, 2021 The fight against mining liberalization Today, almost 60 of the Yanomami territory is affected by legal requirements from miners, in both Roraima and Amazonas states. In February 2020, Brazils...

  • Brazils hidden treasures

    Brazils Hidden Treasures

    Sep 28, 2020 There are currently restrictions on mining in 48 of Brazils territories, the majority being natural reserve, indigenous land and borderlands. The Brazilian Amazon has restrictions of all types....

  • AMAZON WATCH 187 Mining on Indigenous Territories Brings

    Amazon Watch 187 Mining On Indigenous Territories Brings

    Jul 02, 2020 As illegal mining spreads across the Brazilian Amazon, the global mining sector is poised to wreak destruction on an industrial scale. The Canadian mining company Belo Sun is helping to lead the charge, with plans to carve the countrys largest open-pit gold mine into the margins of the Amazons Xingu River and directly adjacent to two Indigenous territories.

  • Brazil court orders illegal miners booted from Yanomami

    Brazil Court Orders Illegal Miners Booted From Yanomami

    May 21, 2021 The territory has been invaded by an estimated 20,000 wildcat miners in the last two years, coinciding with the start of the presidency of Jair Bolsonaro, leading to a surge in conflict and infectious diseases such as malaria and COVID-19.