We want the land
The land is ours and this is why
Rubber tapping has been a traditional way of life for many people living in the Amazon forest since the start of the century. It is not damaging to the forest as it does not require the tree to be cut down in order for the latex to be extracted. As many as 63,000 families now earn their living from rubber tapping in extractive reserves in the Amazon forest.
This is what it looks like...
This is a person starting to cut the tree to make rubber.
This is another picture of rubber tapping..