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A road expansion project in the Chiquitano dry forests of Bolivia will also affect indigenous communities, who question its costs and benefits
Villa Amboró was one of the first community-based tourism projects in Bolivia. For years, its inhabitants managed to make this activity a complement to sustainable agriculture. Now they hope to receive visitors again, in order to continue with the project.
- Fewer hectares burned in 2020 than in 2019 (more than 4 million hectares until October, ), but there were more fires inside national parks and departmental and municipal reserves. - Last year ecoregions that had not been affected by fires burned, such as Tropical Andes, Tucumano-Bolivian forest, and Chaqueño Serrano forest.