with all its 798 million hectares of forest, the Amazonia is the most wooded system in the world. It is the home of an invaluable wealth of natural and cultural diversity.

Despite its greatness, relevance and power, it is a fragile region which loses part of its size day by day; 2.4 million hectares of forest are chopped down annually. This region is part of the worlds heritage so we can take decisions and take actions against any harm done to it.