New threats and little state presence make indigenous intend to bring their demands to international courts.
Indigenous organizations of Peruvian regions of Loreto, Ucayali, Junín and Cusco meet in Cuninico, two years after oil spill, to exchange experiences on indigenous surveillance.
The event in Lima, Peru, highlighted pressing issues such as the recovery of indigenous forest surveillance and hydrocarbons.
In the COP21, the governor of Region San Martin, in Peru, stressed that the region achieved a reduction of about 50% of deforestation, and they expect reach the goal of zero deforestation.
Study seeks to understand impacts of oil spills during the period of oil operations in the reserve, with information of 565 water and soil samples for the period 1994-2015.
The land titling process in the Peruvian Amazon have been driven from the State, as part of the policy of liberalization of lands, or in response to the occupation of these.