The Amazon is the territory of many but, at the same time, no man's land. For decades, plants, animals and even indigenous communities have been the target of overexploitation of one of the last natural sanctuaries in the world. A few weeks ago we visited the triple border between Colombia, Brazil and Peru to learn more about the risks faced by this exuberant tropical forest and its inhabitants. We accompany the activists, the authorities and the inhabitants of the Amazon who seek, against all odds, to save the last great natural reserve on the planet.
Enrique Acevedo and Lara Fernández