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Am·a·zo·ni·a

 (ăm′ə-zō′nē-ə)
The vast basin of the Amazon River in northern South America. It remains largely unpopulated and undeveloped, especially in the interior.

Amazonia

(æməˈzəʊnɪə)
n
(Placename) the land around the Amazon river

Am•a•zo•ni•a

(ˌæm əˈzoʊ ni ə)

n.
the region around the Amazon, in N South America.
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Amazonia

[ˌæməˈzəʊnɪə] NAmazonia f
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We are honored to be recognized by Conservation International for our contributions to the health and future well-being of Amazonia.
Her topics include the history of Amazonia and Amazonian deforestation, early forms of regional cooperation: from bilateral agreements to regional integration, five periods of cooperation with the Amazon Cooperation Treaty's framework (1978-2017), environmental protection, and stakeholders in Amazonia.
This largest-ever forest restoration in Amazonia is the result of a partnership among the Brazilian Ministry of Environment (MMA), the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the World Bank, the Brazilian Fund for Biodiversity (FUNBIO), Conservation International (CI-Brasil), the socioenvironmental initiative adopted by Rock in Rio, and Amazonia Live.
Amazonia is now supplying certified organic acai, pink pitaya purees and bio fermented pea and rice protein to the market in the UAE in association with Raw Distribution.
1), o discurso atual produzido sobre a Amazonia guarda semelhancas com os discursos do colonialismo,"vista ainda hoje como exotica, subalterna, selvagem, pelo centrosul do pais, as narrativas sobre a Regiao reforcam imagens cristalizadas de uma terra que necessita ser ocupada".
First are the transnational and national crony capitalists linked to the military for whom the Amazon has been a commodity frontier and who 'argue that Brazil must develop Amazonia before other countries invade it and take control of its vast natural resources' (p.
a Amazonia e a regiao do mundo que apresenta o maior numero de espacos ecologicos representativos, dispostos desde as vertentes cisandinas ate as interminaveis colinas e tabuleiros florestados, grandes planicies aluviais e serranias intra-amazonicas de Roraima ocidental e dos Carajas.
The Eurocentric gaze has continuously identified Amazonia as its quintessential other, starting with its naming.
A revista Amazonia, Organizacoes e Sustentabilidade (AOS) com primeira edicao em 2012, vinculada ao Programa de Pos-graduacao em Administracao da Universidade da Amazonia (PPAD/UNAMA), chega na decima edicao.
We've teamed up with Poundland to offer you the chance to get your green-fingered hands on a free two-pack of Amazonia Lily Bulbs.
Esse espaco, que aqui chamamos de "baixa" Amazonia, e um espaco de encontro e de hibridacoes culturais importantes: o mundo dos encontros entre inumeras populacoes indigenas e tambem o mundo de etnocidios historicos, o mundo da Amazonia ribeirinha e quilombola, da Amazonia negra, das diversas experiencias de colonizacao e da consolidacao do Estado portugues, da guerra civil de 1835 e da borracha e, ainda, a Amazonia que encontra as musicalidades do Caribe e que experiencia o brega e outras sensibilidades marcadas pela ideia de artificio.