Amazon Rainforest

The so-called “Man of the Hole” is believed to have been the sole survivor of fatal attacks on his tribe by colonists and ranchers dating back to the '70s.
The journalist and Indigenous expert were the antithesis of the far-right leader's vision for Brazil. They died in an Amazon grown more dangerous in his regime.
The men, who have been missing in a remote part of the rainforest since Sunday, said they were threatened by men with guns on a prior reporting trip.
Far-right Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro has presided over record deforestation of the Amazon. As his reelection campaign begins, the fate of a critical global ecosystem is on the ballot.
Climate change may be fueling big changes to small birds deep in the forest, according to researchers.
Indigenous leaders, journalists, scientists, doctors and other critics have faced increasing threats from the far-right president’s government in recent months.
As the U.S. gathers world leaders to discuss big climate actions, it's holding out hope it can get Brazil's far-right president to care about deforestation.
A complaint at the International Criminal Court alleges the Brazilian president has violated human rights law by targeting tribes and the Amazon rainforest.
The Democratic nominee has threatened to pressure Brazil over protecting the Amazon rainforest, as part of a pledge to prioritize the climate globally.
Nemonte Nenquimo, lauded by Leonardo DiCaprio for her work protecting Ecuador's Amazon, speaks about her life, activism and motherhood.