From a heart of a Amazon jungle comes a three-part array examining a strides being done to save a world’s many involved rainforest.
1. Raids in a Rainforest. The initial film follows Brazil’s youngest inhabitant park executive as she declares fight on a drug gangs, logging mafia and bootleg fishing melancholy a Amazon Rainforest.
2. The Justice Boat. To a Brazilian state many of a people who live on a Amazon are invisible. They have no entrance to health care, amicable services or a probity system. But one woman, Judge Sueli Pini, is changing that. She delivers probity and medical by boat.
3. The Internet Indians. The Ashaninka clan live in a segment of a Amazon Rainforest abounding in pleasant wood. Their land has been targetted by bootleg logging gangs, who have killed and threatened villagers. Now a clan is fighting behind and a internet is their weapon.
Watch a full documentary now (playlist – 2 hours, 23 minutes)