Slash and burn agriculture in the Amazon

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    1. postgirl2010 78 months ago | reply

      I am doing a powerpoint presentation for the staff at the college where I work on environmental/social responsibility. I came across your photo b/c it is creative commons licensed. IF you could email me your name ( I would like to credit your full name in the presenation. Thanks! jenny

    2. paulaprober 30 months ago | reply

      I would like to use this in my blog and give you credit with a link. Can you let me know the best way to credit you? Thanks for making this photo available. I'm at

    3. bianca_dance_love 24 months ago | reply

      thank you for making this Photo available. I would like to use it in a collage for a dance Performance at an Charity Event if possible. Can you please tell me what exactly I should print on the Picture to credit you? And what should I add if I do post a Video of the performance on youtube or vimeo? My Email is: Thank you!

    4. Matt-Zimmerman 24 months ago | reply

      Hi Bianca. Thanks for your note, and I'm glad to hear that you'd like to use the photo. Please credit to Matt Zimmerman and otherwise follow the terms listed here:

    5. nunomalvim 17 months ago | reply

      Hello Matt

      I would like to require your permission to use this photograph in an informative/outreach pamphlet that alerts to the amazon deforestation for cattle farming, with due credits to your work.

      Thank you so much for your attention.

    6. sonfoabraham 5 months ago | reply

      Dear Matt Zimmerman, this photo is being used by the state television in Ethiopia to collect international aid money in the name of climate change. I assume the real place is in Brazil (Amazon) but the regime in Ethiopia claims that it is a place of deforestation from a northern district of Tigray in Ethiopia.
      They have invited international donors to support them avoid deforestation.

      Check this
      What do you think ?

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