Profile: Emilio Moran | 23.01.2017


As head of a Project on the impacts of Belo Monte hydroelectric power plant’s construction, anthropologist Emilio Moran speaks on Amazonia deforestation since the 1970’s. He also comments on the invitation to join the National Science Board (NSB), which sets strategies for the National Science Foundation (NSF), United States’ main research support agency.

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