A Siemens security guard looks on as a Greenpeace activist dressed in a monkey costume demonstrate outside the Siemens’ UK headquarters in Camberley, England. Greenpeace activists joined two members of the Amazonian Munduruku tribe at German engineering company Siemens’ UK headquarters today to protest the building of mega dams in the Brazilian Amazon and to demand a meeting with senior management at the company
A boy carries a dog near a Peruvian police operation to destroy illegal gold mining camps in a zone known as Mega 14, at the southern Amazon region of Madre de Dio
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A worker pushes a cart among shelves lined with goods at an Amazon warehouse on Thursday in Brieselang, Germany. Germany is the online retailer’s second largest market after the US
Amazon Indians occupy the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in Vitória do Xingu, near Altamira in Pará state, Brazil. Indians from various tribes returned to force the suspension of the dam, projected to become the world’s third largest in energy production, for the second time in a month, opposing it for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods.