indigenous rights

“This one was starving to death. That’s the climate change.”
While other women are being heard in the Me Too era, native women are quietly going missing in life, in the media and in the data.
For these leaders, saving grizzlies is a matter of religious freedom.
James Douglas Langston, James Cook University Deforestation has historically been the price of development, but the world
Russia’s northern Indigenous people have reason to view their national parks system with suspicion. Park boundaries are sometimes
Hundreds of environmental activists have been killed all throughout Latin America as the world largely remains silent.
An indigenous community living under siege has become a flashpoint in the fight against climate change.
“As much as this is an ecological crisis, it is a moral failing of our society," one protester said.
The application of the 1981 Water Code has already affected the future of Indigenous communities in the north of Chile, such
Residents of Clyde River, Nunavut, hope to quash a government permit for underwater oil and gas exploration with claims that