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Geojournalism in Amazonia


InfoAmazonia is an independent media outlet that uses maps, data, and geolocalized reports to tell stories about the endangered Amazon region. The data used is renewed frequently and will always be freely available for download. The comparison between stories and data aims to improve public’s perception of issues in the Amazon region.

The Amazon region is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world, keeping in check climate change by absorbing CO2. Yet in the light of its importance, the region has faced acute environmental challenges.

Facts about the Amazon

  • The Amazon represents over half of the remaining rain forests of the world, covering 5,500,000 square kilometers.
  • Between 1991 and 2000, the total area of forest lost in the Amazon rose from 415,000 to 587,000 square kilometers.
  • 91 % of land deforested since 1970 is used for livestock pasture.
  • The Amazon is the most species rich rainforest in the world with millions of insect species, tens of thousands of plants species, thousands of species of fish, birds and mammals.

Source: Raisg – Amazon Under Pressure


Juliana Mori, diretora editorial do InfoAmazonia

Juliana Mori

Editorial Director

Stefano Wrobleski

Technology Director

Gustavo Faleiros


Débora Menezes

Coordinator of the Rede Cidadã project

Juan Torres

Coordinator of the Amazon Underworld project

Thays Lavor

Data projects coordinator

Renata Baraçal Perez

Administrative Manager

Mathias Felipe

Development Manager

Luiza Toledo

Social Media Manager

Carolina Dantas

Editor of the PlenaMata project

Izabel Santos

Editor of the Rede Cidadã project

Cristiano Navarro


Fábio Bispo

Reporter in partnership with Report for the World

Jullie Pereira

Reporter in partnership with Report for the World

Maria Paula Lizarazo

Reporter in partnership with El Espectador

Mariana Chammas

Planning and management consultant