News about the Marañón River and the Marañón Waterkeeper.
World Premiere ‘The Roar of the Marañón’ and Motion 013 accepted at IUCN World Conservation Conference
September 9, 2021 - Marseille France:The IUCN World Conservation Congress approved Motion 013 “Protection of Andes-Amazon rivers of Peru: the Marañón, Ucayali, Huallaga and Amazonas, from large-scale infrastructure projects”. We also took this opportunity to make the world premiere for our new film ' The Roar of the Marañón. https://vimeo.com/514016411 Trailer: The Roar of the Marañón [...]
It is incredible to think that one valley can house so much human and ecological history, and be the source of the largest river on the planet. There really is no other river like the Marañón!Peruvian archeologist Daniel Castillo Benitez has written this amazing book, a piece of art in itself, published in Awajún, Español [...]
We are excited to release this report about the legal status of Marañón Dams completed by our parent organisation, the Peruvian Society of Environmental Law, supported by Waterkeeper Alliance and the The Moore Foundation. Download Report in English Descargar informe Español What does it all mean? This is great news for the local populations and [...]
The Marañón River tour has been cancelled in 2020 due to covid risk and movement restrictions within Peru. We hope to complete a similar project in 2021! See the festival homepage for more information. Learn how you can be a part of the festival or provide support.
Bruno Monteferri will do whatever it takes to put an end to the massive scheme to dam, and destroy, the magnificent Marañón River. By Lisa W. Foderaro. Originally published in Volume 15, Issue 2 of Waterkeeper Magazine; republished with permission from Waterkeeper Alliance. Photos by ©Tui Anandi, courtesy of Culture Trip; Jessica Halter and Walter [...]
Update: See formal documentation of the pictographs here!By Bruno Monteferri and Benjamin WebbPhotos by Benjamin Webb The energy company that’s been planning the Veracruz dam on the Marañón River for almost a decade invested a great deal in pitching the project to Peru’s most powerful people. But what it didn’t do is talk much with [...]
Dam Updates. The first Peruvian National Park for Rock Art? Creation of Conservation Areas. August 2018 Survey of Fish Biodiversity in the Upper Marañon. CITA-UTEC A Baseline Study of four major Amazonian Tributaries & Hidrovia Amazonica. Local News:Rafting in Lonya & Meetings with Community. Positive Tourism: New Sport Uniforms and Stretchers for Tupén and Mendán. [...]
2018 was huge year on the Marañón, here are some of the highlights and a look ahead to whats in store for 2019! Launch of Confluir https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qo2Qgp2JuPM We launched short film Confluir at the beginning of 2018, with both English and Spanish language versions. Since then it has toured through more than a dozen different [...]
Last month the Marañón Waterkeeper team took the film Confluir on tour down the Maranon River. With this we were able to show our appreciation to local communities for work they have done protection their river, put this in context of the larger conservation movement of the Marañón and create conversations around the future of [...]
Organise a time and place for your event! Confluir will be available for community screenings on or after 21st April 2018, World Fish Migration Day! Screenings can be organised before this date by special request. If there is a film festival in your hometown or city, consider working with us to enter Confluir into the [...]