Deforestation in the Amazon puts uncontacted tribes in danger

New Film from Indigenous Filmmakers to Watch and Share


Dear <<First Name>>,

This week a remarkable documentary from Indigenous filmmakers of Mídia Índia network, including Flay Guajajara, was released. The footage captures the uncontacted tribe, the Awá Guajá, from the Araribóia indigenous territory, and alerts to the grave situation faced by them in one of the most endangered regions of the Amazon.

The Awá Guajá depend intrinsically on the forest for survival. However, the forest in the Araribóia indigenous territory is under serious threat. Around it nothing is left standing. 

Watch and share this new, captivating short documentary  'Ka'a Zar Ukyze Wà- Forest Keepers in Danger':

The aim of this film is to mobilise the global community to protect the Awá Guajá - It's been subtitled in 4 languages, English, Portuguese, Spanish, French and we're awaiting Indonesian. For more context in on the story visit: Deforestation in the Amazon puts uncontacted tribe in danger

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Call for submissions

National Geographic are searching for Stories of Tropical Rainforests.

Interested in supporting storytelling projects, they are looking for journalists and visual storytellers that highlight ecosystem-scale issues and solutions-oriented attempts to mitigate or reverse human impacts in the Amazon. 

Are you ready to apply?

Community Corner - Our Village

We’re busy making plans for Our Village in New York during the UN Climate Summit coming up in September. 

In the meantime, take a look at some of the discussions we hosted during Our Village in San Francisco at GCAS last year.

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