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Amazon tribes are using drones to track deforestation in Brazil
by Hazel Pfeifer, CNN
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1 September 2020
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Awapy Uru Eu Wau Wau grew up deep inside the Amazon rainforest. Awapy and representatives from five other indigenous communities took part in a drone-operating training course run by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Brazilian NGO, the Kaninde Ethno-Environmental Defense Association, last December. The drones create high-resolution images, video, and GPS mapping data which can be used as evidence when reporting illegal activities to the authorities.
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Traversing dense jungle is hard on foot and the drones enable indigenous communities to monitor a much wider area, while avoiding potentially dangerous confrontations with illegal loggers and land-grabbers, says Spina Avino, senior conservation analyst for WWF-Brazil.
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