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Sembrando Vida: Counterinsurgency, Neoliberalism, and Clientelism

The most damaging effect of the program is the destruction of the community fabric and of the organizing structures of decision-making

Indigenous Munduruku in Brazil Say They Are Ready to Resist the War of Dispossession

We are ready for your war and we want to warn you that here, in our territory, in the Mundurukânia, occupied centuries ago

The commercial architecture of conservation in Petén

In the northern lands of Petén, Guatemala, a conglomerate of non-governmental organizations, including The Nature Conservancy, Wildlife Conservation Society, Rainforest Alliance and World Wildlife Fund-along with with their local partners and the financial support of institutions like the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-are promoting the commodification of nature.

Guatemala: Petén at the center of the sustainable development plans of the NGOs

Behind financial institutions' and NGOs' plans to “combat” the climate crisis, a project aims to generate profits through the indiscriminate sale of forests. This is the case of the Protected Areas of Guatemala. This model is being used to green capitalism, through local territorial reorganization policies that were implemented after the peace accords were signed in 1996.

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US Ambassador to Mexico Leads Meeting in Oaxaca to Advance the Interoceanic Corridor Megaproject

It was led by the US Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, together with representatives from the economic sector, such as Visa, Amazon, Facebook, AT&T, META, Google

The challenge of thinking about community: “I believe we will outlive the United States”

A self-organized space with poetry readings, tattoo fundraising, lectures and workshops in the Arizona desert

Green Attack on the Amazon: REDD Projects Worsen Climate Crisis

False solutions, such as carbon markets and Nature Based Solutions, prosper as threats and violence increase in the Brazilian Amazon