Percepções sobre mudanças climáticas entre os Baré no alto Rio Negro
Ramos, Claudiane de Menezes
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General ly, the debates about climate change are treat ies between the high polit ical, economic and academic classes, without taking into account the most vulnerable social groups, such as indigenous groups. The possible impacts of these changes in biodiversity, as wel l as other points of analysis, are already not only mea surable, but also perceived by dif ferent populat ions. This study presents the percept ion about climate change among the Indians Baré in Tabocal dos Pereira, indigenous community located in São Gabriel da Cachoei ra city, in the black River , Amazonas State. The work took the quali tat ive methodology with ethnographic focus. Important percept ions regarding climate change were highl ighted, concluding that today the theme cl imate is presented in the Baré culture.