Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nicolien-Sauerbreij-in-the-Amazon-27MZIFJJ8VF5W.htmlConceptually similarNicolien Sauerbreij in the AmazonGP0STQ0RZCompleted★★★★Munduruku Women Carrying Washing to the River in the AmazonGP0STPWVDCompleted★★★★Munduruku Woman Carrying Washing in the AmazonGP0STPWVBCompleted★★★★Munduruku Woman Carrying Washing in the AmazonGP0STPWVACompleted★★★★Munduruku Woman Washing Clothes in Tapajos River in the AmazonGP0STPWVECompleted★★★★Tame Peccary in Sawré Muybu VillageGP0STPWPZCompleted★★★★Munduruku Man Cooking in the AmazonGP0STPWP2Completed★★★★Munduruku and Greenpeace Demarcate Indigenous Lands in the AmazonGP0STPZA4Completed★★★★Munduruku and Greenpeace Demarcate Indigenous Lands in the AmazonGP0STPZ9NCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQA9MNicolien Sauerbreij in the AmazonNicolien Sauerbreij, Olympic snowboard medalist, visits the Amazon with Greenpeace to support the struggle of the Munduruku people. The Mundurukú people have inhabited the Sawré Muybu in the heart of the Amazon for generations. The Brazilian government plans to build a series of dams in the Tapajós River basin, which would severely threaten their way of life. The Mundurukú demand the demarcation of their territory which would ensures protection from such projects.Locations:Amazon-Brazil-Pará-Sawré Muybu Indigenous Land-South AmericaDate:30 Jun, 2016Credit:© Otávio Almeida / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Celebrities-Day-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Outdoors-Tropical rainforests-WomenShoot:Solar Energy Activities in the AmazonMunduruku and Greenpeace activists install solar panels at Sawré Muybu and Dace Watpu villages, in the heart of the Amazon, to show the world that an energy free of environment destruction is possible. The Munduruku people have inhabited the Sawré Muybu Indigenous Land, in the heart of the Amazon, for generations. The Brazilian government plans to build a series of dams in the Tapajós River basin, which would severely threaten their way of life. The Munduruku demand the demarcation of their territory, which would ensure protection from such projects.Munduruku e ativistas do Greenpeace instalam painéis solares nas aldeias Sawré Muybu e Dace Watpu, no coração da Amazônia, para mostrar ao mundo que uma energia sem destruição do ambiente é possível. O povo Munduruku habita a Terra Indígena Sawré Muybu, no coração da Amazônia, há gerações. Mas seu modo de vida está ameaçado pelos planos do governo brasileiro de construir um complexo de barragens na bacia do Rio Tapajós. Os Munduruku exigem a demarcação deste território.