warriors of the indigenous tribe Krenak showing their contaminated holy river Rio Doce to a children of the tribe
Waldo, 29 years old inhabitant of Bento Rodrigues village, looks at what remains of his home after the disaster.
Barragem de Germano, the biggest dam of the Samarco mine, with a declared volume of 40 million cubic meters of mug.
Fishermen on the riverbank in Colatina. More than 1300 fishermen are today without income, because of the toxic mug that has polluted the waters of the river and killed more than 11 tons of fish.
daily distribution of water bottles in Colatina. Although the municipality and Samarco statements say that the water in Colatina is safe for consumption and domestic use, the inhabitants of the region refuse to use the water. After the disaster nearly 300,000 people were left without water.
Indigenous reservation Krenak in Resplendor: the 3 year old son of the leader of the tribe takes a bath in the sink at home. Because of the disaster this child will never swim in the river anymore. Since the beginning of the time, Krenak people considered this river like a holy place, a source of life.
The village of Bento Rodrigues after the disaster caused by the failure of the "Fundao" iron ore tailings dam. 663.2 km of rivers were affected in the two states , Espirito Santo and Minas Gerais , destroying 1,469 hectares of land , including Permanent Preservation Areas (APP ) .
the delta of Rio Doce river in Regencia, 549 km from the disaster site: the brown polluted waters of the rivers meet the blue waters of the sea.