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Armed militias in Brazil hold enormous sway over fate of Amazon – and the global climate

By Nicholas Pope, Postdoctoral Fellow, Brazil Institute and Department of War Studies, King's College London
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The future of the environmental agenda is on a collision course with Brazil’s violent past, as the murders of Brazilian indigenous expert Bruno Pereira and British journalist Dom Phillips have recently illustrated.

Three men who fished illegally in the Javari Valley, a part of the Brazilian Amazon near the Peruvian border, were chargedThe Conversation

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