We are Amazonia Latitude Review, a non-profit digital magazine 501(c)(3) — donations are tax-deductible in the US—, that critically covers the Amazon Rainforest through an environmental humanities approach. We publish a variety of content weekly.
On our (free) website, you can find various texts ranging from articles showing the most recent research on deforestation in the Amazon to interviews with scholars about climate action. You can also watch a documentary on delaying the end of the world or listen to a podcast about life on the Xingu River.
Recently, we produced a detailed and carefully curated edition on the consequences of a hydroelectric power plant, Belo Monte, that affected more than 40 thousand Brazilians, whose cultural and economic lives were linked to the river.
Editorially independent, we defend the forest and its human and non-human agents by listening to those who think beyond the stereotypes attributed to the region. We have a small team working daily to bridge the gap between society and the Amazon rainforest.
Your support will allow us to advance our mission: building a body of knowledge based on the people, cultures, and forests of the world’s most biodiverse region.
Donate and help us keep an attentive eye on the Amazon.