Drones help indigenous oversee oil spills in Peru’s Amazon jungle

Americas Now

Generations of indigenous people have used the knowledge passed down from their ancestors to monitor their territory and the well-being of their community.

But that vigilance takes on a new meaning when one of your neighbors becomes a multi-national oil company.

Now they are using state-of-the-art technology to protect their families and their land from pollution. Correspondent Dan Collyns paid them a visit in Peru’s northern Amazon rainforest.