Amazonia Viva (Living Amazon) is a StoryMap showing the location of social-environmental conflicts created by extractive practices in the Ecuadorian Amazon Region. This information is updated as these data are reported. The StoryMap also contains four in-depth stories offering context, data, and testimonials, to better comprehend the historical causes of the social-environmental conflicts intensified by the pandemic. Associated to these stories, satellite images analyses showing the impact of extractive industries are shown. This application was developed by the Program All the Eyes in the Amazon in collaboration with journalists awarded with the Rainforest Journalism Fund Scholarship from the Pulitzer Center.
Explore the StoryMap (in Spanish) here, or access it in full size.