Climbing from an immense plain of unbroken rainforest, the Sierra del Divisor Mountain Range stretches more than 600 miles along the Peru-Brazil Border in the heart of the Amazon Basin. The Sierra del Divisor faces imminent threats from oil and mining development, road and pipeline construction, over-fishing, and illegal logging. Unchecked, these threats could destroy the area in a matter of years. Please convince The Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America to cancel construction of a road linking two cities in Brazil and Peru. This could affect the ecosystem of this fascinating wonder of nature.