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How Europe’s only Indigenous group is inspiring a greener Christianity

Garifuna land rights abuses persist in Honduras, despite court ruling

Sundarbans fisherfolk are battered by cyclones amid fishing bans

Allegations widen against Indonesian palm oil giant Astra Agro Lestari

Mother Nature Cambodia activists sentenced to prison — again

Investigation confirms more abuses on Cameroon, Sierra Leone Socfin plantations

Environmental protests under attack: Interview with UN special rapporteur Michel Forst

Forced evictions suppress Maasai spirituality & sacred spaces in Tanzania

Revealed: Illegal cattle boom in Arariboia territory in deadliest year for Indigenous Guajajara

UNESCO accused of supporting human rights abuses in African parks

Indonesians mourn loss of Hariadi Kartodiharjo, beloved ‘father of governance’

Activists decry latest arrests of East African oil pipeline opponents

Indonesian palm oil firm clashes with villagers it allegedly shortchanged

Indigenous communities make clean energy drive work for, not against, them

Mongabay video screening at Chile’s Supreme Court expected to help landmark verdict in Brazil

Thai plan to relax fishing law stokes fear of return to illegal catches, worker abuse

Indonesian activist freed in hate speech case after flagging illegal shrimp farms

Amplifying Indigenous voices at the global level: Interview with Dario Mejía Montalvo

Impunity and pollution abound in DRC mining along the road to the energy transition

Final cheetah conservationists freed in Iran, but the big cat’s outlook remains grim

Rights groups call for greater public input in ASEAN environmental rights framework

Pro-business parties accused of holding back Indonesia’s Indigenous rights bill

Indigenous communities along Argentina’s Río Chubut mobilize to conserve waterway

Human rights allegations prompt World Bank to freeze project’s funds in Tanzania

UN puts spotlight on attacks against Indigenous land defenders

Cross-border Indigenous efforts in Peru & Brazil aim to protect isolated groups

Research links deforestation in Cambodia to stunting in kids, anemia in women

In Java Sea, vigilantism and poverty rise as purse seine fishing continues

World Bank’s IFC under fire over alleged abuses at Liberian plantation it funded

Indonesian court jails environmentalist for flagging illegal farms in marine park

Report shows dire state of Mekong’s fish — but damage can still be undone

Global cobalt rush drives toxic toll near DRC mines

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