Sunday, January 3, 2010, 12:52 AM – News
News published in the Instituto Socioambiental web site in December the 21st, 2009.
Since November the 27th, inhabitants of the Renascer Resex villages are settling at the exit of the Tamuataí river, in the municipality of Prainha (Pará, Brazil), near the border of the protected area, in order to prevent the exit of barges full of wood. The village people say that the wood was extracted illegally and explain they are fed up with waiting for the governmental patrolling.
Read the full story in the blog Tamuá.