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    2000年01月22日
    勝利を祝うバルガス代表ら エクアドルのマワ政権崩壊

    エクアドルの大統領府で21日、マワ政権崩壊を祝うエクアドル先住民連盟のバルガス代表(右から2人目)、ソロルサノ元最高裁長官(左から2人目)ら(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2000012200054

  •  Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained
    2019年10月10日
    Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained

    10 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Colonel Cristian Rueda Ramos looks into the crowd. He is detained by indigenous people together with a group of police officers and displayed on a stage. Through this action, indigenous people want to persuade the government to approve their passage to the National Assembly. Nearly 20,000 Ecuadorian indigenous people marched on the streets of Quito the day before. They protested against diesel becoming 120 percent more expensive. According to official figures, five people died in the protests. Photo: Juan Diego Montenegro/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101201202

  •  Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained
    2019年10月10日
    Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained

    10 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Colonel Cristian Rueda Ramos takes off a hat after asking the crowd not to use force in the protests. The colonel is being detained with a group of indigenous policemen. The bulletproof vests were taken from them. Through this action, indigenous people want to persuade the government to approve their passage to the National Assembly. Nearly 20,000 Ecuadorian indigenous people marched on the streets of Quito the day before. They protested against diesel becoming 120 percent more expensive. According to official figures, five people died in the protests. Photo: Juan Diego Montenegro/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101201176

  •  Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained
    2019年10月10日
    Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained

    10 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Colonel Cristian Rueda Ramos looks into the crowd. He is detained by indigenous people together with a group of police officers and displayed on a stage. Through this action, indigenous people want to persuade the government to approve their passage to the National Assembly. Nearly 20,000 Ecuadorian indigenous people marched on the streets of Quito the day before. They protested against diesel becoming 120 percent more expensive. According to official figures, five people died in the protests. Photo: Juan Diego Montenegro/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101200893

  •  Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained
    2019年10月10日
    Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained

    10 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Demonstrators cheer as a group of policemen detained by Indians are asked on stage to fly the Indigenous flag. Indigenous people are supposed to use this action to persuade the government to approve their passage to the National Assembly. Nearly 20,000 Ecuadorian indigenous people marched on the streets of Quito the day before. They protested against diesel becoming 120 percent more expensive. According to official figures, five people died in the protests. Photo: Juan Diego Montenegro/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101201261

  •  Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained
    2019年10月10日
    Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained

    10 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Colonel Cristian Rueda Ramos (l) looks into the crowd while an indigenous representative speaks on stage. He is detained by indigenous people together with a group of police officers and displayed on this stage. Through this action, indigenous people want to persuade the government to approve their passage to the National Assembly. Nearly 20,000 Ecuadorian indigenous people marched on the streets of Quito the day before. They protested against diesel becoming 120 percent more expensive. According to official figures, five people died in the protests. Photo: Juan Diego Montenegro/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101200894

  •  Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained
    2019年10月10日
    Protests in Ecuador - Police officers detained

    10 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Three police officers detained by indigenous people are standing on a stage with an indigenous flag. The bulletproof vests were taken from them. Through this action, indigenous people want to persuade the government to approve their passage to the National Assembly. Nearly 20,000 Ecuadorian indigenous people marched on the streets of Quito the day before. They protested against diesel becoming 120 percent more expensive. According to official figures, five people died in the protests. Photo: Juan Diego Montenegro/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101201214

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Indigenous women listen to speeches given by various Indigenous and social leaders before marching to Ecuador‘s presidential palace to hold high-level meetings with President Guillermo Lasso..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100508150

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: President of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador, or CONAIE, Leonidas Iza speaks to the press and supporters at the Arbolito Park in Downtown Quito before marching to the presidential palace to hold anticipated meetings with Guillermo Lasso, Ecuador‘s president..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509124

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: President of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador, or CONAIE, Leonidas Iza speaks to the press and supporters at the Arbolito Park in Downtown Quito before marching to the presidential palace to hold anticipated meetings with Guillermo Lasso, Ecuador‘s president..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509052

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: President of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador, or CONAIE, Leonidas Iza speaks to the press and supporters at the Arbolito Park in Downtown Quito before marching to the presidential palace to hold anticipated meetings with Guillermo Lasso, Ecuador‘s president..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100508139

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Various Indigenous and social organizations march to Quito‘s old town accompanying leaders to their meeting with Ecuador‘s president, Guillermo Lasso, and members of his cabinet..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509066

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Indigenous man seen blowing conch at Quito‘s old town amid for accompanying leaders to their meeting with Ecuador‘s president, Guillermo Lasso, and members of his cabinet..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509064

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Various Indigenous and social organizations march to Quito‘s old town accompanying leaders to their meeting with Ecuador‘s president, Guillermo Lasso, and members of his cabinet..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509093

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: President of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador, or CONAIE, Leonidas Iza, stands for the entrance of President of the Republic Guillermo Lasso to the Yellow Salon at the presidential palace..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100508116

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Various Indigenous and social organizations wait in Quito‘s historic center for leaders to finish an anticipated high-level meeting with Ecuador‘s president, Guillermo Lasso, and his cabinet..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100508929

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Three Indigenous women sit in Quito‘s historic center waiting for the conclusion of a high-level meeting between the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador and President Guillermo Lasso..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509034

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Three Indigenous women sit in Quito‘s historic center waiting for the conclusion of a high-level meeting between the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador and President Guillermo Lasso..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509035

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Various Indigenous and social organizations wait for leaders to finish an anticipated meeting with Ecuador‘s president, Guillermo Lasso, and his cabinet..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509029

  •  Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021
    2021年10月04日
    Indigenous groups mobilize amid government dialogue with leaders in Quito, Ecuador - 04 Oct 2021

    October 4, 2021, Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador: Indigenous women who participated in the march accompanying social and Indigenous leaders to the presidential palace wait for a meeting to end with the leaders and the president, Guillermo Lasso, to conclude..Ecuador‘s largest Indigenous organization, the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) held highly-anticipated talks with President Guillermo Lasso after weeks of delays. Lasso, who appeared in the Pandora Papers and has dealt with a rival gang war in the country‘s prison system, expressed positivity about the dialogue. Indigenous leaders have urged the president to tackle mounting fuel prices and environmental concerns among others. (Credit Image: © Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Vincent Ricci/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100509058

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301597

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301549

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301538

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301588

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301465

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301535

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301534

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301532

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301609

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301558

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301587

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301423

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301311

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301380

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301432

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年01月29日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    January 29, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301296

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年02月02日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    February 2, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301398

  •  Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest
    2022年02月02日
    Ecuadorean Oil Spill Pollutes Protected Area OF Amazon Rainforest

    February 2, 2022, Ecuador: VIDEO AVAILABLE: INFO@COVERMG.COM..These images and video show how an oil spill in eastern Ecuador has polluted a protected area of the nationââ¬â¢s Amazon rainforest and contaminated a river that supplies water to Indigenous communities..Nearly two hectares (five acres) of a protected area of the Cayambe-Coca National Park have been contaminated, as well as the Coca River, representatives of the countryââ¬â¢s environment ministry said in a statement on Monday..This footage and pictures, distributed by the Amazon Frontlines conservation and indigenous rights group, show the scale of the devastation caused by the spill..The spill has been caused by heavy rains setting off a mudslide in the Napo province on Friday, during which a rock struck and ruptured a pipeline owned by the company OCP Ecuador..Neither the government nor the firm have quantified the size of the spill, but officials have called it a ââ¬Åmajorââ¬Â pollution event..The latest spill follows almost two years af...

    商品コード: 2022020301274

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