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Victor Zambrano
ACEER partner and nominee, Victor Zambrano, wins coveted Buffet Award for Latin American Conservation awarded by the National Geographic Society
Victor Zambrano has dedicated his life to the restoration of natural forests in the Madre de Dios region of Peru’s southeastern...
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ACEER healthcare 2016
Peru Workshop August 9-17 - Healthcare and Healing Traditions of Amazonia: Exploring the Roots of Holistic Health and Integrative Medicine
Join us for an adventurous, professional development journey into the Peruvian Amazon! This workshop will explore conventional medicine as well as the rich healing...
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Forging a Path through Peru
For 25 years, ACEER has been impacting people across the globe. Adam Hlasny, a participant in the 2006 Ecology of the Amazon Rainforest and the Andes workshop, reflects on his transformative Amazon Rainforest experience.
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TomLoveJoy
Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy awarded the 2015 ACEER Legacy Award
In recognition of 50 years of dedicated service to conservation, it is with pleasure that the Board of Directors of the ACEER Foundation presents to Dr. Thomas Lovejoy the 2015 ACEER Legacy Award. The Legacy Award was established in 2012 to honor an individual or...
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Peru Announces a New 1.3 Million Hectare National Park
ACEER applauds the Peruvian government’s announcement of a new 1.3 million hectare primary forest national park.
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Mark Plotkin TED Talk
The greatest and most endangered species in the Amazon rainforest
In an energetic and sobering talk, the ethnobotanist brings us into the world of the forest's indigenous tribes and the incredible...
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2014FirstContact
Amazon Tribe Makes First Contact With Outside World
Uncontacted Indians making first contact with a settled Ashaninka community near the Brazil-Peru border.
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BaleFishNews
Andrew Bale captures Ese'Eja culture for National Geographic-sponsored project
Andrew Bale journeyed to Peru's jungles to capture images for a National Geographic-funded project to map the Ese'Eja's culture. The project aims to enable Ese'Eja society to reclaim ancestral lands from the Peruvian government.
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