SUMAÚMA publica, com exclusividade, o relato da venezuelana Patri, que trabalhou como prostituta em garimpos na Terra Indígena Yanomami. Suas memórias escancaram as vozes das mulheres que se equilibram na linha fina entre a sobrevivência e a brutalidade
Lula faces civil society resistance to Amazon oil exploration
Right wing and agribusiness flock to former communist in Altamira
What will the agribusiness lobby do next?
Anthropologist Caio Pompeia, explains how Brazil’s leading agriculture industry think tank strengthened the political influence of the country’s farming sector and how it is planning to respond to the election of Lula.
How the Brazilian state punished doctors who revolutionized indigenous health: the Urihi story
‘No argument, no logic’ : Experts stunned by flimsy basis for Belo Monte hydrograph
“Our lives are over”: The Yanomami villages devastated by mining
Brazil has an
Gold and Beef: Ronaldo’s recipe for disaster
Former Brazil striker claims he ate gold leaf steak with current members of the national team to inspire people, but his choice could hardly have been worse
Nature or Money? A look behind new biodiversity superpower pact
The recent pact between Brazil, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Indonesia raises hopes for tropical conservation but there are concerns it may be overly focussed on carbon credits. Sumaúma looks at the origins of this new front in nature diplomacy for clues about which way it will go
Raoni wants to
meet with Lula
Message to Lula 1: Listen to Brazil’s indigenous peoples
What do the peoples of the Amazon rainforest and other biomes want from the president-elect? These communities have demands that cannot wait.
Lula, listen to
the new generation
Lula, listen to the
In the third part of our Nature in Power series, SUMAÚMA brings you voices for those that are never heard, although they are most affected by the planet’s dominant species