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Explorer and Tribe Presenter Bruce Parry embarks on a breathtaking journey down the Amazon. Bruce travels over 6,000 kilometres by foot, light aircraft and boat. On the way he meets the people who live and work along the world's greatest river, from members of tribes who are struggling to preserve their culture to loggers illegally stripping the rain-forest of valuable resources. It's a complex, shifting and fascinating part of the world: home to millions of people and the front-line in an environmental war. In his own uniquely immersive way, Bruce unearths stories of those whose lives are intricately linked to this most bio-diverse of habitats. The truths Bruce discovers are often terrifying and always eye-opening, reminding us that the Amazon's increasing devastation will affect us all.

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Author(s):
Bruce Parry
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Michael Joseph
Title:
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Explorer and Tribe Presenter Bruce Parry embarks on a breathtaking journey down the Amazon. Bruce travels over 6,000 kilometres by foot, light aircraft and boat. On the way he meets the people who live and work along the world's greatest river, from members of tribes who are struggling to preserve their culture to loggers illegally stripping the rain-forest of valuable resources. It's a complex, shifting and fascinating part of the world: home to millions of people and the front-line in an environmental war. In his own uniquely immersive way, Bruce unearths stories of those whose lives are intricately linked to this most bio-diverse of habitats. The truths Bruce discovers are often terrifying and always eye-opening, reminding us that the Amazon's increasing devastation will affect us all.

Author(s):
Bruce Parry
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Michael Joseph
Title:
Amazon

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