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Sarayaku people fear loss of their culture if government boosts oil production in Amazon.

Problems are brewing between the government of Ecuador and an indigenous tribe over state plans to increase oil production in the Amazon forest.

The Sarayaku people say their way of life will be lost if drilling is allowed on their land.

i am a defender of the rainforest

this is part one of a documentary about the pople in the sarayako region of ecuador, who are resisting the increasing presence of oil companies in their region.

it’s slow moving, but if you take the time to watch, it is inspiring on so many levels.

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