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‘Best a human can be’: indigenous Amazonian Karapiru dies of Covid

Karapiru Awá Guajá, among the last of the hunter-gatherer Awá tribe, survived a massacre and a decade alone in the forest, inspiring others with hi...

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Amazon rainforest now emitting more CO2 than it absorbs

Cutting emissions more urgent than ever, say scientists, with forest producing more than a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide a year

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'Narcos are looking for me': deadly threats to Peru's indigenous leaders

Communities call for protection after string of killings linked to rush for land to grow coca, under cover of the pandemic

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Rebooting the Psychedelic Renaissance with Jamie Wheal

Recently, we released 'Endgame for the Psychedelic Renaissance?' in which Alexander Beiner caught up with Jamie Wheal to make sense of recent tensi...

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YouTube · 27 Mar

This is my message to the western world – your civilisation is killing life on Earth

We Indigenous people are fighting to save the Amazon, but the whole planet is in trouble because you do not respect it, says Indigenous campaigner ...

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The Guardian · 18 Oct 2020

Amazon near tipping point of switching from rainforest to savannah – study

Climate crisis and logging is leading to shift from canopy rainforest to open grassland

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The Guardian · 5 Oct 2020

Amazon 'condemned to destruction' as fires proliferate across Brazil

The vast rainforest is experiencing a repeat of last year’s devastating fires and critics say Bolsonaro bears ultimate responsibility

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The Guardian · 4 Sep 2020

Network Lifecycle Investing, Non Fungible Tokens & Digital Art, Jake Brukhman of CoinFund

Jake Brukhman is Founder of CoinFund which has been investing in blockchain since 2016. Through his unique experience in computer science, quantita...

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Spotify · 31 Aug 2020

Indigenous Thinking for Troubled Times, Tyson Yunkaporta

Can indigenous thinking save the world? Tyson Yunkaporta's new book 'Sand Talk' explores this question and is making a big impact. A senior lecture...

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YouTube · 22 Aug 2020

The Curious Case of the Curve Launch

This is The Defiant x Harmony, a weekly series brought to you by Harmony Protocol's Creative Director, Robin Schmidt, and Camila Russo, the founder...

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YouTube · 22 Aug 2020

DeFi 101: The Case for Open Finance

Digital assets and open networks offer a better alternative to the way money and value has traditionally been transacted. Banks and legacy financia...

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YouTube · 18 Aug 2020

Alnoor Ladha: Oppression, Interconnection, Healing (E48)

This rich dialog treats the evolution of activism beyond us-versus-them thinking, with special reference to current events around race, the indigen...

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Miners and loggers target uncontacted tribes in Brazil

President Bolsonaro enabling industrial invasion into the Amazon rainforest using the Covid-19 pandemic as cover

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EcoHustler · 24 May 2020

‘The Yanomami need the world’s support to bring pressure on Bolsonaro’

Down To Earth talks to Davi Kopenawa, the ‘Dalai Lama of the Amazon Rainforest’

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down2earthindia · 24 May 2020

'The trees are my grandparents': the Ecuador tribe trying to save its culture

Deforestation and climate change threaten the Achuar people’s existence - but a genealogy site is trying to protect its future

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The Guardian · 25 Apr 2020

Coronavirus reaches Amazon's isolated Yanomami tribe

Fears grow as Brazil confirms a 15-year-old Indigenous Yanomami boy contracted COVID-19.

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AJENews · 10 Apr 2020

Amazon deforestation for January hits record

Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil more than doubled in January compared with the previous year, according to official data published...

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Listen to Rob Burbea - Emptiness, Postmodernism, and Sacred Participation now.

On this episode I'm joined once again by meditation teacher and author Rob Burbea. For this conversation Jamie Bristow and I talk with Rob about hi...

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Spotify · 29 Jan 2020

‘The forest is shedding tears’: the women defending their Amazon homeland

Global Greengrants UK, one of the four groups we are helping to fight the climate crisis, supports indigenous Brazilians

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The Guardian · 26 Dec 2019

Amazon indigenous leaders killed in Brazil drive-by shooting

Gunmen opened fire on a group from the Guajajara tribe on a highway in Maranhão state, killing two and wounding others

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The Guardian · 9 Dec 2019

9 climate tipping points pushing Earth to the point of no return

From the Arctic to the Amazon, there’s a growing threat of irreversible changes to the climate system, says a group of scientists.

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The ‘Amazon effect’ is flooding a struggling recycling system with cardboard

After China’s recycling ban, more cardboard could end up in landfills.


The Verge · 3 Dec 2019

Here's the evidence we're headed for a climate crisis tipping point

A thawing Antarctica, a transforming Amazon, and other devastating changes may be more likely than scientists previously believed

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WIRED UK · 1 Dec 2019

The Amazon rainforest fires are ‘melting glaciers over a thousand miles away'

Fires in the Amazon rainforest are melting glaciers in the Andes more than 1,000 miles away, according to new research. A study has found soot from...

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The Independent · 30 Nov 2019

Climate emergency: world 'may have crossed tipping points’

Warning of ‘existential threat to civilisation’ as impacts lead to cascade of unstoppable events

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The Guardian · 27 Nov 2019

I’m Done with Stuff

I feel so done with stuff.


No Sidebar · 27 Nov 2019

A journey to the centre of the Amazon in radical bid to solve climate crisis

Young XR members travel by canoe into heart of Amazon to form ‘forest pact’ with indigenous groups and land activists

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The Guardian · 16 Nov 2019

Labour pledges free broadband for all homes and businesses in UK

Party says BT would be part nationalised under £20bn scheme which would also be funded by higher taxes on Google, Facebook and Amazon

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The Guardian · 15 Nov 2019

'Death of a river': the ruinous design flaw in a vast Amazon rainforest dam

Operator faces choice of weakening 14km barrier or potentially devastating a biodiversity hotspot

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The Guardian · 9 Nov 2019

Brazilian 'forest guardian' killed by illegal loggers in ambush

Paulo Paulino Guajajara was killed by armed loggers in the Araribóia region in Maranhão

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The Guardian · 3 Nov 2019

Poll Shows Support For Impeachment Weakest Among Uncontacted Amazonian Tribes Who Know Nothing Of Our Ways

MANAUS, BRAZIL—Citing a lack of support from those with no knowledge of the outside world, a new Reuters poll out Thursday found virtually no enthu...

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Politics · 1 Nov 2019

Amazon rainforest 'close to irreversible tipping point'

Forecast suggests rainforest could stop producing enough rain to sustain itself by 2021

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The Guardian · 23 Oct 2019

Amazonian shaman visits BlackRock headquarters in London

At the core of the climate crisis lies the continued funding of fossil fuels and at the core of that lies one company; BlackRock, a $6.5 trillion a...

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Vimeo · 19 Oct 2019

DC Forest Bathing

Feeling helpless about the Amazon burning? Here's the most important action you can take: Go Outside. Be...


Facebook · 14 Sep 2019

We, the peoples of the Amazon, are full of fear. Soon you will be too

We have warned you about the destruction of our lands. You must listen before it is too late, says Raoni Metuktire, chief of the indigenous Brazili...

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The Guardian · 10 Sep 2019

Amazon fires: the tribes fighting to save their dying rainforest

Indigenous people in Brazil have vowed to protect their land as large swathes of the Amazon forest continue to burn. The largest rainforest in the ...

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YouTube · 10 Sep 2019

Climate crisis: More fires burning across central Africa than Amazon as global deforestation rates approach record high

While focus has slowly grown on the fires ravaging the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, it has emerged an even greater number of fires are currently bu...

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The Independent · 30 Aug 2019

Amazon fires: Record number burning in Brazil rainforest - space agency

Fires in the Amazon have risen 84% amid growing deforestation, Brazil's space research agency says.

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BBC News · 22 Aug 2019

Deforestation of Brazilian Amazon surges to record high

Environmentalists fear 2019 will be one of worst years for deforestation in recent memory

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The Guardian · 5 Jun 2019

'Social Breakdown and Outright Chaos': Civilization Headed for Collapse by 2050, New Climate Report Warns

"A high-end 2050 scenario finds a world in social breakdown and outright chaos. But a short window of opportunity exists for an emergency, global m...

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EcoWatch · 5 Jun 2019

The Jordan Peterson Effect

A new generation of celebrity gurus has arrived. The clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson, the historian Yuval Noah Harari and the comedian Russel...

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Spotify · 22 May 2019

The World Is As You Dream It: Teachings from the Amazon and Andes by John Perkins

The World Is As You Dream It book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. After 'Hit Man'The New York Times bestseller Con...

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Embrace of the Serpent (2015) - IMDb

Directed by Ciro Guerra. With Nilbio Torres, Jan Bijvoet, Antonio Bolivar, Brionne Davis. The story of the relationship between Karamakate, an Ama...

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