Expedition Tribuga (Expedición Tribugá) film screening and discussion with filmmaker Felipe Mesa

Co-sponsored by: Landscape Architecture, Department of Natural Resources

The balance that the Gulf of Tribugá is due to the cosmovision of the peoples that inhabit it, as well as the struggle that the same inhabitants undertake in defense of their territory. The documentary Tribugá Expedition leaves a clear message: if the place is intervened with megaprojects, not only would the ecosystem be put at risk, which is currently one of the few in the world that is preserved in good condition, but it would also attack the beliefs and ways of life of the Afro and Embera peoples.

El equilibrio que tiene el Golfo de Tribugá se debe a la cosmovisión de los pueblos que lo habitan, así como a la lucha que los mismos habitantes emprenden en defensa de su territorio. El documental Expedición Tribugá deja un mensaje claro: si se interviene el lugar con megaproyectos, no solo se pondría en riesgo el ecosistema, que actualmente es de los pocos en el mundo que se conserva en buen estado, sino que también se atentaría contra las creencias y formas de vida de los pueblos afro y Embera.

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