New indigenous territories expand environmental protection in the Brazilian Amazon, but land conflicts remain a threat

By Letícia Duarte Brazil recently recognized six new indigenous territories, a significant move to safeguard ancestral lands and the environment. The area granted officially by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva covers a total of 800 square miles, primarily located in the Amazon. This is the first official demarcation of indigenous lands since 2018, indicating