South America

South America

Colombia: Escalating Violence in Cauca Threatens Indigenous Nasa

The violent attacks registered in the southwest of Colombia have intensified, specifically against Indigenous peoples.

Mapuche Leader Extradited to Chile from Argentina

With a major operation coordinated between Interpol, the Federal Police of Argentina, and Airport Security Police, on January 4, the activist Facundo Jones Huala, considered a leader of the Mapuche Ancestral Resistance (RAM), was...

Argentina: President Milei Seeks to Allow Glacier Mining and Deforestation

The new president of Argentina, Javier Milei, is pushing reform packages that will allow glacier mining and deforestation.

Security for Oil Palm Company Kills Indigenous Person in the Amazon

Interview about ongoing land conflicts in the Brazilian Amazon between Indigenous peoples and the industrial palm oil company Agropalma.

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Construction of Mexico’s Largest Solar Project in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec Conceals Impacts

Energy produced in the solar farm in the community of Comitancillo will power the green hydrogen plant in the Interoceanic Corridor

Colombia: Escalating Violence in Cauca Threatens Indigenous Nasa

The violent attacks registered in the southwest of Colombia have intensified, specifically against Indigenous peoples.

In Honduras campesinos recuperate land from oil palm industry

In Bajo Aguán, residents resist in spite of agroindustry violence. Where oil palm was once planted, today they plant food