Perceiving the Amazon in the Anthropocene: reciprocities and conflicts between material and symbolic worlds. Agrocultures Colloquium. University of Oxford. 2020.

Indigenous Blood: Not a Single Drop More. Amazon Indigenous Emergency. University College London. 2019.

Thinking beyond human-nature dichotomy: on the cosmopolitics of the Amazon. International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association. 2018.


Fórum de Debates: Apagamento de Memória em Terras Brasilis. XVI Ciranda de Psicanálise e Arte. 2019.

REDD+ Testimonials. CoCoor Project. 2017.

REDD+ in the spotlight. CoCoor Project. 2017.

Global Landscapes Forum 2013. Center for International Forestry Research. 2013.


The Real Story: Who owns the Amazon? BBC News, World Service. 2019.

Monologue for two: Jair Messias Bolsonaro, labelled by international social media as “the tropical Trump”, was elected in Brazil with 55% of votes. What does it mean for the world, and why all Brazilian environmentalists are so worried? Minister of Counter Culture. 2019.

Monologue for two: An interview about the Yawanawa people and the zero waste community initiative. Ministry of Counter Culture. 2017.

Zero Waste Project Healers Forum. Healing The Amazon Forest. 2017.

Why Brazil’s new pledges on carbon emissions fall short. Yale Environment 360. 2015.

REDD+ somente será bem sucedido com participação local. Agência Envolverde Jornalismo. 2013.


From crisis to cosmos: could a shift in our values save the planet? The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development. 2019.

Indigenous Amazonian visitors describe their life, culture and spirituality. Bath Quakers. 2018.

Can REDD+ help Brazil roll back rising deforestation rates?  CIFOR Forest News. 2017.

Brazil: spoiler or leader? REDD+ Monitor. 2015.