Global Campaign: Save the Heart of the Amazon

Join 'Global Days of Action' for the Amazon

The heart of the Amazon is under threat, as the big international company, Siemens, stands to profit by building a massive mega-dam around the Tapajós river. If this happens, the Munduruku Indigenous people would be forced to abandon their traditional home and the forest would be destroyed by the 7.6 km long dam and a reservoir the size of New York City. To push back on the mega-dam project, people across the globe stand together with a ‘Global Days of Action’ (July 14 - 20).


Here are some actions you can take: Do one thing or do them all, do it with a group or individually. More resources and materails are below too:


  1. Sign the petition & get others to sign -  Click here

  2. Send a letter to Siemens - Click Here (use pre-written letter or write your own)

  3. Social media content: share graphics on your pages, Click Here for package

  4. Share this video: Click Here

  5. Global Day of Action: Starting on July 14th-20th, go to a Siemens location and demand they show some heart for the Amazon by committing to stay out of the Tapajos project:


    • Action at Siemens: Hang a banner or hand out flyers to staff at a Siemens location (click here to see locations in Canada), can be a productions or sales facility, a storefront or showroom.  Must be a non-arrestable action.To discuss your plans, contact Sarah Wilbore (by email: sarah.wilbore@greenpeace.orgwith subject line "Tapajos Campaign"

    • Creative Action (anywhere): Organize an action that makes visible the length of the Tapajós dam, 7.6 km, e.g. by organizing a run or boat tour that is that length.

    • Send us your photos - Whatever you do, be sure to send us pictures of your action so we can help amplify it on Greenpeace channels! Again, contact contact Sarah Wilbore (by email: sarah.wilbore@greenpeace.orgwith subject line "Photos: Tapajos Campaign"


Resources: Click Here for materials, including flyers, stickers, posters, talking points and banner templates.

For more information, read the report: Damning the Amazon