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Amazon Oil Spill Has Killed Tons of Fish, Sickened Native People
Barbara Fraser, EHN
Reprinted with permission from Environmental Health News ...
Don’t Drink the Feces: Indigenous Seek Results for Peru’s Toxic Waters
When Ander Ordóñez learned the extent of pollution among the Kukama indigenous communities along the Marañón River in Peru’s northeastern Amazon region, he was not surprised...
From Cute & Cuddly to Creepy-Crawly: 5 Species Newly Identified in 2013
From the extinct to the endangered to the flourishing, researchers are constantly discovering “new” species never before catalogued by modern science...
Bolivian President Evo Morales Protects Pink Dolphins With New Law
Bolivia’s armed forces have been given a new job not usually awarded to the military...
Nomadic Indigenous Groups Threatened in New Regulations
After protests from indigenous and human rights groups, the Peruvian government took a step back from proposed new regulations that critics say would threaten nomadic indigenous gr...
Activists in Peru Denounce Plans for Uncontacted Native Lands
With less than two weeks left in office, the administration of Peruvian President Alan Garcia faces a new controversy over its treatment of uncontacted Natives in the country’s Ama...
Chevron Appeals Ecuador Ruling
Ecuadorian Judge Finds Chevron Guilty of Polluting Amazon Region
It took 17 years, but justice has finally come for the thousands of Ecuadoreans affected by contamination left behind by Chevron...