Ecuador's Yasuni dilemma: a reserve full...
The thumping whir of helicopters overhead sends a pack of terrified monkeys fleeing into the brush -- one clear sign of the impact of oil development in this incredibly biodiverse part of Ecuador's Amazon.
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Auckland, New Zealand
#1 Dec 4, 2012
You would not have got $200 million now from the oil companies, nor in the future; and once the oil is gone, its gone. The forest will earn forever.
#2 Feb 14, 2013
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