AMAZONIA: Stable forest 1985-2022
PROTECTED NATURAL AREAS and INDIGENOUS TERRITORIES
Amazonia 2023: Protected Natural Areas, Indigenous Territories – Stable Forest 1985-2022 updates the information on these management figures in the Amazonian region and includes data on the forests that remained stable between 1985 and 2022 for the first time. With this series of publications, prepared by the Amazonian Network of Georeferenced Socio-Environmental Information (RAISG), we propose a comprehensive perspective of the Amazonia at its different scales.
Our goal is to ensure that the PNAs and the ITs, which today represent 49% of the Amazonian region, are recognized as relevant territorial units for the conservation and sustainable use of Amazonian ecosystems, both forested and non-forested.