As described in previous chapters, the history of the movement to save Amazonia is one of change in the ecopolitics of the world system caused by global problems such as climate change. The history of this movement has been characterized by conflict with government, international organizations such as the World Bank, corporations, farmers, and so on, which have all been viewed as systemic agents of destruction. However, collaboration has also taken place. Faced with a deteriorating state of the global environment coupled with pressure from environmental organizations to take action, governments and institutions such as the World Bank have had to negotiate solutions to environmental problems such as deforestation. The result has been a greater availability of resources for collaborations with NGOs on preservation projects.