Last of his Tribe lives on his own in the Amazon forest, Brazil. He does not want to make contact with the rest of the world. It is believed his tribe were murdered on behalf of colonialists and ranchers. BRENDAN MONTAGUE reports
Survival International has accused the WWF of failing to listen to and protect indigenous communities from abuse when operating in Africa. WWF denies the claims. Now Survival has abandoned a formal complaint and is turning to the public for support. STEPHEN CORRY, the director, explains why
Scientists mapping the effects of deforestation in the Amazon are increasingly concerned that we are reaching a tipping point – when the forest will start to die back of its own accord and rain, currently generated by the Amazon forests, will stop falling, not just in neighbouring countries but as far afield as the United States and South Africa.