BRAZIL: Indians speak out against mining on their land indian leaders in Brazil have voiced their
opposition to a draft law which would allow mining in indigenous territories. ‘I am very worried about the mining law. It will destroy our heartlandŠ Mining will bring us disease, alcohol and pollution’, said Davi Yanomami.
http://www.survival-international.org/news/2490

WORLD: JULIE CHRISTIE AND SURVIVAL LAUNCH UNCONTACTED TRIBES CAMPAIGN
Screen icon Julie Christie and Survival today launched a campaign to save uncontacted tribes
from extinction, with a new film featuring previously unseen footage of some of the world’s
most remote and endangered peoples.
http://www.survival-international.org/campaigns/uncontactedtribes

UK: Survival launches raffle for uncontacted tribes. Over one hundred tribes around the world choose
to reject contact with outsiders: they are the most vulnerable peoples on the planet. Enter our raffle online to support them, and for the chance to WIN a fantastic 8-day holiday for two to Jordan.
http://www.survival-international.org/actnow/raffle

Países da América Latina propõem redução de desmatamento sem envolver Brasil
Amazonia.org.br29/08/2007

Assentamentos irregulares do Pará são interditados
Amazonia.org.br29/08/2007

Em nota, OPAN reitera que não tem autonomia para demarcação de terras
Amazonia.org.br29/08/2007

Raposa Serra do Sol: Federais começam a chegar para retirada

Folha de Boa Vista29/08/2007

Povos tradicionais monitoram biodiversidade
Amazonas Em Tempo29/08/2007

300 famílias são retiradas de Santa Helena (AM)
Amazonas Em Tempo29/08/2007

Pará e Maranhão lideram mercado escravo no Brasil
Diário do Amapá29/08/2007

Cooperação técnica facilitará licenciamento ambiental a produtores do interior do Amazonas
Radiobrás29/08/2007

BNDES planeja construir ferrovia transamazônica
Jornal do Brasil29/08/2007