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| Publicado 31/03/2021 por Movimento dos Atingidos por Barragens

Campaign collects donations for people affected in Godofredo Viana (MA); contribute

MAB organizes a solidarity campaign so that families affected by the dam failure can get emergency help with basic items such as food, water, and hygiene kits

| Publicado 29/01/2021 por Claudia Rocha / MAB Communication

Two-year anniversary Vale’s crime in Brumadinho has symbolic acts in cities of the Paraopeba basin

Due to the pandemic, actions were carried out with social distancing, in open places and with participants wearing masks

| Publicado 08/01/2022 por Movement of People Affected by Dams

Letter from the people affected of the state of Bahia

To the People Affected by Dams and people who fight together with us in this dear and immense Brazil.

| Publicado 12/11/2021

Brazil leads ranking of planned dams in protected areas that may intensify climate crisis

The projects represent a huge risk for socio-biodiversity and for the planet’s climate due to the emission of methane. During COP 26, more than 100 countries pledged to reduce gas emissions by 30% until 2030

| Publicado 14/07/2021 por Caitlin Schroering from US Committee of Solidarity with the Movement of People Affected by Dams in the USA, Letícia Oliveira from the National Coordination of the Movement of People Affected by Dams

Shared Experiences of Dam Failures and Blackouts in Brazil and the United States

The high scale environmental disasters which have happened on both countries show the consequences of the standard action course preferred by the market’s private agents

| Publicado 08/01/2022 por Movement of People Affected by Dams

Vallourec dam overflows in Nova Lima (MG) and blocks BR 040

Water`s dam Mina de Pau Branco started to overflow this morning (08) in the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte

| Publicado 13/10/2021 por Liz Kimbrough / Mongabay

Brazil leads Amazon in forest loss this year, Indigenous and protected areas hold out

Satellite imagery brings us a first look at this year’s deforestation hotspots, areas where forest cover was lost in high densities across the Amazon, amounting to more than 860,000 hectares

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