Stanford University publishes news piece regarding our new publication.
Industrial scale soybean fields cut from forest by the Xingu Indigenous Area, Brazil (Photo copyright by Jose Fragoso)
Stanford University reports on how our computer model simulating sustainability sheds light on how modern interventions can affect tropical forests and indigenous peoples. Our computer simulation shows that carefully designing government interactions with rural indigenous people is critical for protecting the sustainability of people, wildlife and the land.
Read the full article here: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2016/march/amazon-model-fragoso-031116.html
This entry was posted in Guyana
, Neotropical Wildlife
and tagged Amazon
, Indigenous people
, soy bean impacts
, tropical dams
, Tropical rainforest
. Bookmark the permalink