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Government led major joint operation against illegal mining in Madre de Dios.

In this May 5, 2014 photo, a motortaxi delivers a cargo of mattresses to a #mining camp in La Pampa in Peru's Madre de Dios region. An estimated 20,000 wildcat miners toil in the malarial expanse of denuded #rainforest known as La Pampa, an area nearly three times the size of Washington, D.C

A Yanomami man holding 'abiu fruits', a common food for the tribe. The forest dwelling tribe live in the Amazon rainforest on both sides of the Brazilian /Venezuelan border along the Orinoco.

Gold mining in Madre de Dios. Photo by Ron Haviv.

bioluminescence in dinoflagellates

A woman cries in front of police after authorities destroyed her canoe's engine, which partially destroyed her boat, for allegedly transporting machinery used by illegal gold miners at the Punkiri dock. 'Illegal Gold Mining in Peru- In Photos'

Brazil is the world’s largest exporter of beef, and the second largest beef producer. The rainforests of the world are vital components of the planetary climate machine, and the growth of cattle ranching has been blamed for up to 80% of Brazil’s deforested areas, particularly in the Amazon rainforest.

High in the Andes, A Mine Eats a 400-Year-Old City

Women with mining helmets look on as children participate in an elementary school parade in the Paragsha neighborhood. PHOTOGRAPH BY TOMAS VON HOUTRYVE, VII, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Gianna Maria Gatti’s The Technological Herbarium

A Rainforest Without Rain? How Cattle Ranching Is Causing Drought In The Amazon… | The Rainforest Site Blog