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RTR3607A 
Brazil Backslides on Protecting the Amazon - 03 Aug 2012 
Brazil Backslides on Protecting the Amazon - 03 Aug 2012 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36012 
August 03, 2012 
A tree stump sits in a clearing cut by a timber company next to the village of Areias in Trairao, state... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
A tree stump sits in a clearing cut by a timber company next to the village of Areias in Trairao 
A tree stump sits in a clearing cut by a timber company next to the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36029 
August 03, 2012 
A tree stump sits in a clear cut by a timber company next to the village of Areias in Trairao, state... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
A tree stump sits in a clear cut by a timber company next to the village of Areias in Trairao 
A tree stump sits in a clear cut by a timber company next to the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3602L 
August 03, 2012 
Illegally logged trees are stored on a truck which was abandoned on the side of the Trans-Amazonian highway... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
Illegally logged trees are stored on a truck which was abandoned on the side of the Trans-Amazonian highway... 
Illegally logged trees are stored on a truck which was abandoned on the side of the Trans-Amazonian highway near the village of Areias in Trairao, in the state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3602H 
August 03, 2012 
Illegally logged trees are stored on a truck which was abandoned on the side of the Trans-Amazonian highway... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
Illegally logged trees are stored on a truck which was abandoned on the side of the Trans-Amazonian highway... 
Illegally logged trees are stored on a truck which was abandoned on the side of the Trans-Amazonian highway near the village of Areias in Trairao, in the state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3602C 
August 03, 2012 
An agent from Brazil's Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) climbs on tractors... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An agent from Brazil's Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) climbs on tractors... 
An agent from Brazil's Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) climbs on tractors confiscated after illegally cutting wood from the Amazon rainforest in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 24, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM2E88D0TOP01 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601Q 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012.
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36021 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601Y 
August 03, 2012 
A boy jumps into the Tapajos river next to the village of Miritatuba in Itaituba, in the state of Para... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A boy jumps into the Tapajos river next to the village of Miritatuba in Itaituba 
A boy jumps into the Tapajos river next to the village of Miritatuba in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601O 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3600Z 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para, May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601U 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601V 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows illegal deforestation close to the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36019 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows the village of Pimental on the shores of the Tabajos river in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows the village of Pimental on the shores of the Tabajos river in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows the village of Pimental on the shores of the Tabajos river in Itaituba, state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601X 
August 03, 2012 
A boy jumps into the Tapajos river next to the village of Miritatuba in Itaituba, state of Para May 26,... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A boy jumps into the Tapajos river next to the village of Miritatuba in Itaituba 
A boy jumps into the Tapajos river next to the village of Miritatuba in Itaituba, state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners.Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36025 
August 03, 2012 
An aerial view shows the Tapajos river in the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25,... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An aerial view shows the Tapajos river in the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba 
An aerial view shows the Tapajos river in the Amazonia National Park in Itaituba, state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3602D 
August 03, 2012 
A boat is seen on the Tapajos river in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A boat is seen on the Tapajos river in Itaituba 
A boat is seen on the Tapajos river in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601L 
August 03, 2012 
A woman washes clothes in the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state of Para May... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A woman washes clothes in the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba 
A woman washes clothes in the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012.
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDES
RTR3602I 
August 03, 2012 
A man drives a boat on the Tapajos river in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A man drives a boat on the Tapajos river in Itaituba 
A man drives a boat on the Tapajos river in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 24, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601F 
August 03, 2012 
A man fishes in the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26,... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A man fishes in the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba 
A man fishes in the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012.
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601R 
August 03, 2012 
A woman stands in the door of her house on the shores of the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A woman stands in the door of her house on the shores of the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental... 
A woman stands in the door of her house on the shores of the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 24, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3600W 
August 03, 2012 
Sebastiana de Sousa (R) and her son Antonio Sousa pose for a photograph inside their house next to the... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
De Sousa and her son Antonio pose for a photograph inside their house next to the Trans Amazonian highway... 
Sebastiana de Sousa (R) and her son Antonio Sousa pose for a photograph inside their house next to the Trans Amazonian highway in Itaituba, state of Para, May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3602P 
August 03, 2012 
A boy walks on the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A boy walks on the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba 
A boy walks on the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 24, 2012.
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36024 
August 03, 2012 
A man carries a bucket with fish from the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A man carries a bucket with fish from the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba 
A man carries a bucket with fish from the Tapajos river in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMEN/BACKSLIDE
RTR36015 
August 03, 2012 
Children pose with their bicycle wheels on a dirt road next to the Trans Amazonian highway in Itaituba,... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Children pose with their bicycle wheels on a dirt road next to the Trans Amazonian highway in Itaituba... 
Children pose with their bicycle wheels on a dirt road next to the Trans Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. The words written on the T-shirt of the boy (R) reads "Cultivate the Seed". Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36014 
August 03, 2012 
A man sits in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para, May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
A man sits in the village of Areias in Trairao 
A man sits in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para, May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3600R 
August 03, 2012 
Youths herd cows near the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para, May 27, 2012. In the 19 months... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
Youths herd cows near the village of Areias in Trairao 
Youths herd cows near the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para, May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS POLITICS BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36011 
August 03, 2012 
A girl bathes outside her house in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
A girl bathes outside her house in the village of Areias in Trairao 
A girl bathes outside her house in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601M 
August 03, 2012 
Men walk in the village of Novo Horizonte next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Men walk in the village of Novo Horizonte next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba 
Men walk in the village of Novo Horizonte next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601I 
August 03, 2012 
A man poses with his chain saw in a village next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A man poses with his chain saw in a village next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba 
A man poses with his chain saw in a village next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3600X 
August 03, 2012 
A boy looks at children playing football in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state of Para, May 26,... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A boy looks at children playing football in the village of Pimental in Itaituba 
A boy looks at children playing football in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, state of Para, May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3602S 
August 03, 2012 
Maciel (R) pushes his father Amidao Silva, 77, inside their house in front of a portrait of Brazil's... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Maciel pushes his father Amidao Silva, 77, inside their house in front of a portrait of Brazil's former... 
Maciel (R) pushes his father Amidao Silva, 77, inside their house in front of a portrait of Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and President Dilma Rousseff in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR3601H 
August 03, 2012 
Maria Gabriela, 103, sits inside her house in the village of Pimental in Itaituba next to the Tapajos... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Maria Gabriela, 103, sits inside her house in the village of Pimental in Itaituba next to the Tapajos... 
Maria Gabriela, 103, sits inside her house in the village of Pimental in Itaituba next to the Tapajos river, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
RTR36017 
August 03, 2012 
A comb, a toothbrush and a toothpaste are seen stored in a brick inside a house in the village of Areias... 
TRAIARO, Brazil 
A comb, a toothbrush and a toothpaste are seen stored in a brick inside a house in the village of Areias... 
A comb, a toothbrush and a toothpaste are seen stored in a brick inside a house in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENIVRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
An elderly woman rests next to her grandchild in a hammock inside their house in the village of Pimental... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
An elderly woman rests next to her grandchild in a hammock inside their house in the village of Pimental... 
An elderly woman rests next to her grandchild in a hammock inside their house in the village of Pimental in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
Children watch television inside a house in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012.... 
TRAIRAO, Brazil 
Children watch television inside a house in the village of Areias in Trairao 
Children watch television inside a house in the village of Areias in Trairao, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012.
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
A woman arranges flowers inside a church in the village of Pimentel in Itaituba next to the Tapajos river,... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
A woman arranges flowers inside a church in the village of Pimentel in Itaituba next to the Tapajos river... 
A woman arranges flowers inside a church in the village of Pimentel in Itaituba next to the Tapajos river, in the state of Para May 26, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
Brazilian priest Joao Carlos Portes conducts a mass in the village of Campo Verde, next to the Trans... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Brazilian priest Portes conducts mass in village of Campo Verde, next to the Trans Amazonian highway... 
Brazilian priest Joao Carlos Portes conducts a mass in the village of Campo Verde, next to the Trans Amazonian highway in Itaituba, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT RELIGION BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
Brazilian priest Joao Carlos Portes sips mate (a type of herbal tea) during an interview with Reuters... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Brazilian priest Portes sips mate during interview with Reuters in village of Campo Verde in Itaituba... 
Brazilian priest Joao Carlos Portes sips mate (a type of herbal tea) during an interview with Reuters in the village of Campo Verde, next to the Trans Amazonian highway in Itaituba, state of Para May 27, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 27, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT RELIGION BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
Maria Lucia Carvalho (L), director of the Amazonia National Park, points to the place where a hydroelectric... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Maria Lucia Carvalho, director of the Amazonia National Park, points to the place where a hydroelectric... 
Maria Lucia Carvalho (L), director of the Amazonia National Park, points to the place where a hydroelectric power station will be constructed on the Tapajos river in Itaituba, state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 24, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE
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August 03, 2012 
Maria Lucia Carvalho, director of the Amazonia National Park, speaks to Reuters in Itaituba, state of... 
Itaituba, Brazil 
Maria Lucia Carvalho, director of the Amazonia National Park, speaks to Reuters in Itaituba 
Maria Lucia Carvalho, director of the Amazonia National Park, speaks to Reuters in Itaituba, state of Para May 24, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 24, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
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