Indigenous hunters are protecting animals, land and waterways

Indigenous hunters are protecting animals, land and waterways

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“It begins with respect”

By Jeff Conant
Throughout the Americas and the world, the name of Chiapas, Mexico, has become synonymous with struggles for indigenous resistance. From the First Indigenous Congress held in San Cristóbal de las...

‘We are nature’s best guardians, not the State’

By Gabriella Rutherford
One indigenous nation. One UNESCO World Heritage site. In the Bocas del Toro region of Panama, everything is at stake. Along the banks of the Teribe river stands one of...
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UN Report Calls for Transforming Land Practices to Battle Hunger and ‘Suffocating Blanket of Climate Emergency’

NAJA demands The Washington Post retract unreliable data sets and associated reporting

NAJA demands The Washington Post retract unreliable data sets and associated reporting

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