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There is more than one side to every story. The tale of the Huaorani is no different. As we continue to witness the destruction of their homeland in the world’s largest rainforest, it is impossible to ignore how our own fate is linked to theirs. Note: Raul Paz Pastrana, the Director of “The Huarani: Savages […]
Indigenous women in Central America are coming together to spread the lost knowledge of an ancient Maya food source and put an end to hunger, poverty, deforestation, and gender inequality. Seeds of Inspiration tells the story of The Equilibrium Foundation’s Maya Nut Program which is helps to empower rural Central American women by educating them […]
From May 14-19, Indigenous representatives gathered in Vancouver, BC., for Mining Justice Week, a six-day event organized by the Mining Justice Alliance to call attention to the social and environmental impacts of Vancouver-based mining companies operating abroad. Trevor Kehoe, a journalist currently based out of Vancouver, reports. Indigenous representatives from Latin America were in Vancouver […]
After years of violating the human rights and customary laws of the Subanon People, TVI Resource Development, Inc. (TVIRDI) this month admitted to its wrongdoings in a cleaning Ceremony led by the Subanon’s traditional judicial authority. TVIRDI, a subsidiary of the Canadian mining firm TVI Pacific, began exploiting the resources within Mount Canatuan in 1994. […]
The 3rd Annual International Indigenous Leadership Gathering will take place in Xaxl’ip, St’át’imc Territory from May 30th to June 5th, 2011. Speakers at this year’s event include Mona Polacca, one of the 13 Grandmothers; Chief Arvol Looking Horse, 19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe of the Lakota; René Franco Salas, Elder […]
Whether we’re talking about a proposed uranium mine in Nunavut or the Mirarr People’s right to keep a massive uranium deposit in the ground, the debate on Uranium mining is raging. And for good reason, too. Unlike the risks that come with extracting most other minerals, the risks of uranium mining are guaranteed, along with […]
“When the Water Ends,” a 16-minute video produced by Yale Environment 360 in collaboration with MediaStorm, tells the story of nomadic pastoralists in Kenya and Ethiopia as they struggle, and fight, over increasingly scarce water resources and climate changes. This story below is reprinted from Yale Environment 360’s website. For thousands of years, nomadic herdsmen […]
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