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Author: Hannibal Rhoades

Hannibal Rhoades is a contributing writer at Intercontinental Cry Magazine, a journalist and Indigenous and environmental rights advocate who currently works with The Gaia Foundation in London

A Pipeline Runs Through it?

In 2013, Enrique Peña Nieto’s government deregulated Mexico’s energy sector, opening it up to foreign…

Marichuy, Mexico’s indigenous candidate: “My goal goes beyond being president”

[caption id="attachment_35639" align="aligncenter" width="1100"] María de Jesús Patricio Martínez (Center). Credit: Tropical Flúor[/caption]“We do not…

Does climate change adversely affect the nutritional value of food and medicine?

We recently decided at the Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) to inquire into the…

Big Oil targets Long Beach wetlands, Indigenous-led struggle fights back

A grassroots movement led by Indigenous communities in Southern California is challenging efforts by Beach…

Academic research confirms: more mining leads to more fighting

A recent academic study examined the data relating to growth in mining exports and the…