Amazon Tribe Stands Up for Their Survival
Any chance Western society will protect indigenous rights and save what remains of the Planet's last remnant rainforests? The world’s fourth-largest dam will flood some of the land that indigenous tribes have lived on for centuries. National Geographic
How an Indigenous Group Is Battling Construction of the Nicaragua Canal
The Rama community’s efforts offer a glimmer of hope for opponents of the canal project planned by a Chinese billionaire. Smithsonian
The Threat Facing Isolated Indigenous Groups in the Ecuadorian Amazon
Yasuní National Park and the Tagaeri-Taromenane Intangible Zone, home to isolated indigenous groups, have become hotspots of illegal logging and hunting. Pacific Standard
Can Borneo's Tribes Survive 'Biggest Environmental Crime of Our Times'?
More than 90 percent of Borneo’s primary forest has been destroyed.
How Dakota Pipeline Protest Became a Native American Cry for Justice
Keystone XL may have been a prelude, but the success of the Standing Rock 'water protectors' was more about environmental justice than just another pipeline.