A controversial new road is tearing through the most biodiverse place in Peru’s Amazon rainforest, bringing conflict and destruction. For one indigenous group, desperate for change, it also brings hope.
ELISA HORNETT and RITA MENDONCA report on a life-affirming canoe expedition along Brazil’s Xingu River to visit communities who say their land and livelihoods have been violated by the building of a hydroelectric plant
The palm oil industry is causing severe environmental destruction and spiralling violence in the Peruvian Amazon. TOM YOUNGER investigates local actions and sets out ways in which you can offer support and solidarity
Australia's Aboriginal people have long been mistreated by governments and industry in the pursuit of nuclear projects. The attitudes of 'pro-nuclear environmentalists' or 'ecomodernists' towards Aboriginal people is as disrespectful as those of governments and industry, argues JIM GREEN.