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Brazil's Northeast Coast 



tsunami force 

globalization is undermining small artisan fishing communities who have thrived along these Brazilian waters for centuries

""Twenty years ago thousands of these artisan fishing settlements dotted the 4,000 kilometers of coastline, today only a hand full remain." Paulo Prado - Conservation International International

The Raft Men

are Brazil's most celebrated fishermen. Immortalized in film , books and poetry. Yet in our digital age they are ignored or degraded as museum relics despite a growing body of research that points to their contribution in ways that are profoundly important.


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