"We still have some pockets of miners who are holding out by hiding in some areas," says Humberto Freire of police's new environmental crimes division.
The Biden administration is taking action against corporate mergers and tech companies, such as Amazon, as the FTC's year-long investigation moves into action phase.
The decision follows a near-endless drumbeat of layoff news in the technology sector that has seen some of the world's most valuable corporations sever ties with staggering numbers of employees they once courted in droves.
The results follow weeks of unprecedented layoff rounds in the usually unassailable tech sector amid pessimism about the economic outlook.
The Yanomami people suffer from mercury-poisoned water and degraded food sources caused by illegal gold mining.
The company said the layoffs are not related to 2022 performance or 2023 expectations.
Sweden-based audio company did not specify how many employees it will layoff.
Tech bigwigs are sacking significant portions of their workforce, leaving the industry worried and puzzled.
The announcement of job cuts – the largest in Amazon's history – is being made suddenly because one of the teammates "leaked this information externally", says CEO Andy Jassy.
Oslo announces revival of Amazon Fund in the wake of President Lula da Silva's return to power and his vows to halt deforestation in the tropical rainforest.
Undoing the controversial policies of Bolsonaro will pose the biggest challenge to the new government, warn experts.
The European Commission had said it could impose a fine of up to 10 percent of Amazon's total annual turnover if the company were to breach its commitments.
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