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Clash of cultures over Amazon dams - BBC News -
Published: 1 month ago By: BBC News

By: BBC NewsPublished: 1 month ago

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Indigenous groups and river dwellers are battling the government and big corporations over the huge dams being built to meet Brazil's energy needs. The Belo Monte hydroelectric dam is the world's fourth largest dam, capable of generating 11,000 MW of energy, and more are planned.

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rastin Kosha
'rastin Kosha' 1 month ago
It's disgraceful what Brazil is doing to its indigenous people and environment
Pugking Thugging
'Pugking Thugging' 1 month ago
Brazika at its finest.
miudinho zn
'miudinho zn' 1 month ago
Coup against Brazilian Democracy. The people demand elections now!
'PUJA SADHANAA' 1 month ago
Logan Hansford
'Logan Hansford' 1 month ago
The natives should get over it. Industry > environment
Emmanuel Goldstein
'Emmanuel Goldstein' 1 month ago
Can't win with the BBC. If it were coal power they would complain about "global warming". It's hydroelectric clean energy but the BBC take the side of a few luddites.
cary bary
'cary bary' 1 month ago
And they send threatening goons round to residents homes for this?
Phil Dobson
'Phil Dobson' 1 month ago
Building a dam on low land is very inefficient, floods vast area & the drop is small so power output is low. Austria has 200 metre high Dam & it's beautiful, not like the ugly Brazilian Zika virus of a dam
The Castelan
'The Castelan' 1 month ago
You're covering the wrong clash of cultures again BBC.
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