Milestone in the history of the energy sector in Brazil, a floating photovoltaic solar power plant project was implemented with participation and social control of the affected and will benefit families from the Jequitinhonha and Rio Pardo Valleys
Movement of People Affected by Dams – MAB held political acts in at least 30 municipalities of the country to mark the date and revindicate policies for security and reparation for the violated rights by huge enterprises along the country
In a report for Jornal Nacional, MAB denounces the lack of a dam safety policy, even after the crimes already committed by Vale in the country
Withn the increases in Bolsonaros´s government, on avarage, Brazillians began to spend 25% of their budget with the energy bill
Solidarity actions organized by the Movimento de Atingidos por Barragens (MAB) benefit thousands of families in situations of food insecurity in different states; more than 500 tons of food have already been donated.
A member of MAB for nearly two decades, Andréia is dedicated to the fight for the water right, resisting, along with many others affected, to the pressure of companies that want to surround the rivers of western Bahia with dozens of hydroelectric plants.
Belo Monte dried the previous mighty Xingu and changed the courseof living of around 50,000 people, which, nowadays try to restart their stories apart from the river and its references. MAB coordinator Igor Meirelles is one of them. He made the collective struggle against the injustices of this endeavor one of the purposes of his youth.