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Trudeau Test? 300 Academics Join First Nations in Urging Halt to Site C Dam
Despite growing protests to the Site C hydroelectric dam being proposed by B.C. Hydro in northeastern British Columbia, construction on the $8.8 billion project is proceeding...
Lawsuit Charges Dam Owners With Killing Endangered Puyallup River Chinook and Steelhead
Fearful of the potential for harm to salmon and trout, conservation groups have gone to court to get Electron Hydro LLC to change practices that they say are killing the endangered...
40 Years in, Manitoba Apologizes to First Nations for Hydropower Dam Flooding
It took more than 40 years, but finally on January 20 the premier of Manitoba apologized to Pimicikamak Cree Nation for flooding its lands for the Jenpeg hydroelectric dam...
Pope Francis Urged to Support Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples
Brazilian Bishops from nine states wrote a letter recently to Pope Francis in defense of indigenous and other people affected by massive hydroelectric projects, and the Pope quoted...
Partial Victory for Ngöbe–Buglé in Panama
The indigenous Ngöbe–Buglé people of Panama will have more but not total control over resources in their territory if a newly proposed law goes into effect...