Bolsonaro's war on the Amazon: examining evidence of crimes against Indigenous people

A serial denier of human-driven climate breakdown, Jair Bolsonaro has been criticised in the past for failing to protect the Amazon rainforest and its native communities. Now, with less than a month before Brazilians cast their ballot in the country's presidential elections on 2 October, using architectural techniques and satellite technologies, researchers at Forensic Architecture, in cooperation with the Climate Litigation Accelerator, have examined evidence of crimes against Indigenous people and the true impact of Bolsonaro's policies as he seeks a second term.