João Batista: our super hero of the Chapada Diamantina

Once upon a time, there lived João Batista, our super hero of the Chapada Diamantina. Ever since he was a little boy, back in the mining days, he used to venture into the woods of the Chapada. And wandering through them he discovered many paths, among them the famous one leading to the […]

João Batista: our super hero of the Chapada Diamantina

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Hiking in the Chapada Diamantina

Source/ Fonte: http://www.infochapada.com/indexparque.htm

The National Park “Chapada Diamantina” (Diamond Mountain Plateau) is located in the heart of the Brazilian State of Bahia and covers 152.572 hectares of the Sincorá ridge. The Park was created in 1985 and includes the municipalities of Lençóis, Palmeiras, Andaraí, and the districts […]

Hiking in the Chapada Diamantina

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Photos from Piatã

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Facing the fear of bio

Ever since mankind decided that it is the center of the world, we have distanced ourselves from the other beings that also inhabit our planet. We began to see them as instruments for our welfare or obstacles to our comfort. We forgot that, no matter how small they may be, each being contributes […]

Facing the fear of bio

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Guardian of the Waters

It doesn’t seem real that we left the bus station at Belo Horizonte – MG only on February 1st. We’ve already met so many people along our path and seen so many special places that it seems impossible that everything happened in just 5 days.

Serra da Tromba in Piatã, Bahia

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Guardian of the Waters

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Bus or not bus?

We had a long discussion about the main means of transport we would be using during our trip. At the beginning we thought we should buy a car that would able to deal with off-road adventures. Then, we started to evaluate options for car rentals in order to avoid the bureaucracy of buying and […]

Bus or not bus?

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Way out of Climate Change? Us

Monbiot just published his take on the outcome of the Copenhagen Summit, comparing this and future climate negotiations to the orchestra on the Titanic. As the reason for failure of the summit, he singles out the non-inclusive negotiation approach of the biggest emitters (notably China and the US) used to satisfy their […]

Way out of Climate Change? Us

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Sign the Charter for Compassion

Great initiative to combat violence in whatever form (verbal, physical, emotional) it may appear, and a reminder that change starts with ourselves:

The principle of compassion lies at the heart of all religious, ethical and spiritual traditions, calling us always to treat all others as we wish to be treated ourselves.

Sign the Charter for Compassion

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Deu Beaga no New York Times!

The point of departure is Belo Horizonte, or Beagá (BH) as it is more commonly known. Beagá is my hometown. I lived here until I was 24 years old when I left to explore the world. In my time outside of Brazil I met Stephan. We are living together in Beagá since February 2009. […]

Deu Beagá no New York Times!

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Beautiful Serra do Cipo

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Second Tree Nursery of Natureza Bela

As minhas mudas...

With seedlings

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Equipe da Natureza Bela

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