By Carlos Graffigna, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Over the last decade discussions on how to administrate, preserve, explore and exploit the riches of Amazonia have increased, not only here in Brazil but in many other forums around the world.
Amazonia is important because of the value of its immense assets, but also because it has become the symbol of the fight against devastation of earth’s resources. While the talk goes on, land owners in this region have seen the value of their land skyrocket to unprecedented prices.
Andrew Roderick, an American investor who visited Amazonas in 2001 searching . . .