Map Overlaps Oil And Gas, Biodiversity, and Indigenous People

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According to "Save America's Forests", "Land Is Life" and Duke University scientists, their comprehensive map of oil and gas activities across the western Amazon reveals "oil and gas blocks overlap perfectly with the most biodiverse part of the Amazon for birds, mammals, and amphibians".

Read about the alarming assessment of the threats to the biodiversity and indigenous peoples of the region.