26 stories

The oil debt: More than 6,000 polluted sites fester across Amazonian countries

Stained by oil: A history of spills and impunity in Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia

In Latin America, the law is ‘a tool to silence’ environmental defenders

Chile’s marine protected areas aren’t safe from its salmon farms

Chinese triads target Bolivia’s jaguars in search of ‘American tiger’ parts

Jaguars in Suriname’s protected parks remain vulnerable to poaching

Illegal deforestation rises in South America’s Indigenous territories, parks

In an oil spill’s aftermath in Peru, new voices lead an Indigenous fight for justice

Bolivia’s jaguar seizures down as suspicions rise over new mafia

Poaching pressure mounts on jaguars, the Americas’ iconic big cat

Using technology, indigenous monitors in the Amazon combat environmental crime

On Peru’s border, the Tikuna tribe takes on illegal coca growers

Fuel trafficking sustains illegal mining in Peru’s Madre de Dios

Peru’s crackdown on coca pushes illegal growers toward protected areas

Peru: Madre de Dios land defenders face trouble whether they report crimes or not

Cocaine blamed for rising deforestation in Peru’s Bahuaja-Sonene National Park

Extinction by omission: Peru’s disappearing ancient shihuahuaco trees

Peru seizes plane with 30kg of cocaine in Bahuaja-Sonene National Park

How a national reserve stopped the extinction of the Peruvian vicuña

Peru: Marañón dry forests protected as a regional conservation area

Peru: A decade-long quest to protect the world’s largest tropical glacier

Peru: How chocolate saved a community and a protected area from the drug trade

Illegal mining creeps into southern Bahuaja-Sonene National Park

Peru’s Bahuaja-Sonene National Park at risk over illegal mining

In Peru, coca puts one of the world’s best coffee crops at risk

Peru: Illegal mining devastates forests in Amazonas Region

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