Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Blood-stained-Timber--Eder----Web-Video---International-Version--27MZIFJXK1BI8.htmlConceptually similarBlood-stained Timber (Eder) - Web VideoGP0STR72HCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Eder) - Web Video (Portuguese Version)GP0STR72MCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Antonio) - Web VideoGP0STR72ICompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Antonio) - Web Video (Portuguese Version)GP0STR72NCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Antonio) - Web Video (International Version)GP0STR72UCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Giselda) - Web VideoGP0STR72GCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Giselda) - Web Video (Portuguese Version)GP0STR72OCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber (Giselda) - Web Video (International Version)GP0STR72WCompleted★★★★Blood-stained Timber - Web VideoGP0STR72PCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STR72VBlood-stained Timber (Eder) - Web Video (International Version)For three generations Ederson Dias family made their living by extracting from rubber trees in the forests of Rondônia. But their land and lives are at risk due to illegal logging. Watch the video to know his story.“If this system doesn’t change, everything will be taken over two years from now, cleared up and I don’t know if I’ll be still alive.”Ederson DiasIn original language:Da Seiva ao Sangue (Eder)Por três gerações a família de Ederson Dias tirou o sustento da borracha extraída da seringa nas florestas de Rondônia. Mas seu pedaço de céu e sua sobrevivência estão em risco por causa da madeira ilegal. Conheça sua história. “Se não mudar esse sistema, daqui mais dois anos está tudo invadido, tudo desmatado, e não sei se estou vivo também”Locations:Amazon-Brazil-Rondônia-South AmericaDate:17 Oct, 2017Credit:© Inara Chayamiti / GreenpeaceDuration:1m4sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Forests (campaign title)-Illegal logging-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-Rubber trees-Timber industryShoot:Blood-stained Timber (Videos)With approximately 31000 inhabitants, the municipality of Machadinho d’Oeste is located in Rondônia State, on the border with Mato Grosso and at the western edge of the so-called ‘Arc of Deforestation’ that extends across the Amazon region from the north of Maranhão State to Acre State.Timber industry encroachment and land-grabbing are putting pressure on the state’s forests and leaving rural populations at risk of dispossession, violence and even death. There are many accounts of intimidation and of brutal murders and attempted murders.