The cool morning wind and the sun's rays caress the back of Policarpo Sinarahua Taminchi (50 years old), head of the Buenos Aires Indigenous community, located in the Peruvian province of Ucayali.
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As they walk, he and his companions observe how deforestation is advancing in the forests since a group belonging to the Christian Mennonite movement moved into part of their communal territory five years ago.
Buenos Aires is located seven hours from the city of Pucallpa, and to get there, one must travel by outboard motorboat (called colectivo rápido).