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Envisioning new futures for the Yawanawá tribe

Indigenous communities in the Amazon Forest currently face numerous difficulties originating from the lack of urban infrastructure and the pressures from private and public stakeholders that stem from the colonial past. This project envisions the expansion of the Shukuvena Village in 2180, imagining a community that is self-sufficient in its energy production, potable water distribution, and sewage treatment while maintaining its traditional practices of using the land with the collective management of public areas and the harmonious coexistence with the surrounding natural landscape.