Eugenia López

Fighting for the forests in Eastern Congo

In conversation with Blair Byamungu Kabonge, on how Indigenous and local communities are struggling to protect their lands from extractivism

Barter: Actions to Confront a Health and Economic Crisis

Although its use declined significantly with the introduction of money and the capitalist system, it never went away

Indigenous Communities Win First Battle Against AMLO’s Mayan Train

“the simulated and fraudulent indigenous consultation ordered by the federal government and

Militarization in Mexico Advances with a Red Zone in the South-Southeast

With more than 230,000 security elements deployed in Mexico, militarization is progressing. The National Guard is committed to the development of megaprojects promoted by AMLO and to monitor the communities that defend their territories.

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Guatemala: Maya Q’eqchi’ Community Evicted by Agroindustry in El Estor

Land grabs and violence continue against Indigenous communities in Guatemala. The eviction of Maya Q’eqchi’ families from Buena Vista Tzinté is a stark reminder of ongoing injustices.

World Bank Pursues Land Grabs for “Energy Transition”

World Bank announces more resources for land certification throughout the world; the objective is to provide legal security for the “energy transition.”

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