ACOANA launches its new website in 2017 within the spirit of communicating the historiographical memory of institutional work, through the project portfolio, results, publications, and learnings told by maps, which chronicle fantastic stories and testimonials of the routes we have taken towards the fulfillment of our dreams. With the power of images, we shorten the distance between our website visitor and the native American societies of the torrid tropical jungles of Guayana, where we are working for more than 20 years. The gateway of every project undertaken since 2000 are the powerful black and white images taken by Mariapia Bevilacqua, which allow the visitor to consider the uncertain conditions of our conservation and development paradigms, while at the same time they offer an aesthetic and sensitive look of a remote world that is rapidly fading away in the region of the Caura river, Bolivar State, Venezuela.