The Amazonian Road
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StakeholdersHow will they be affected?Level of influence
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Indigenous Communities
Will cut right through traditional territories of the Aseheninka ,threatening the Asheninka way of life.
Home to 365 distinct indigenous groups.
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Amazonian EcosystemsThe Amazon Rainforest is a habitat to many organisms, both plants and animals, hence many organisms will be disturbed or destroyed in the process of the construction, causing the Amazonian ecosystem to be thrown off balance. As a lost of one population affects another, this will result in a chain effect and will result in a huge loss of biodiveristy.1
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Logging CompaniesTransport timber easily, save time2
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Residents of Rural Communities
Farmers will be able to send goods to nearby cities, increasing income. Increased trade.
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International ConsumersMore logs can be transported from the Amazon rainforest to the sawmills Pucallpa-Cruzeiro. Thus, for the same amount of money, more logs can be transported and prepared for construction purposes.2
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