Tag: indigenous rights

As Mexico’s Tren Maya nears completion, locals are hopeful about a tourist boom – but worried about its impacts on water and ecosystems.

This year’s Acampamento Terra Livre (Free Land Camp) brought 6,000 Indigenous people to Brasilia to demand recognition of their land rights.

Indigenous leader Gam Shimray on the fundamentality of rights in ongoing biodiversity proceedings.

Land Rights Standard gives principles to help infuse other sustainability standards and activities with justice.

The ancient concept of stewardship brings novel implications for sustainable economic structures.

Three years in the making, a new standard for Indigenous land rights is launching at COP27. Here's what it means.

In Africa and beyond, essences of colonialism in environmental conservation have become a human rights issue.

Multi-stakeholder platforms need critical mass of Indigenous and local people to ensure equity and counter power.

A lawyer speaks on the murders of Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips, calling attention to the dangers of environmental defense.

GLF Amazonia Day 3 highlights need to link Amazonian ecological and social systems in policy.

"Struggle for Life" Indigenous movement, the largest in Brazilian history, sees thousands fight for land claims predating constitution.

In Peru, a look inside the Indigenous movement fighting for rights of nature, making ecosystems subjects for state protection.

A Q&A with Joshua Boaz Pribanic, co-director of the documentary film Invisible Hand on the Rights of Nature movement.

Of USD 30 billion, negligible amounts reach Indigenous communities managing nearly half the world’s non-Antarctic land, report finds.

How the patenting of genetic resources fails to benefit the traditional knowledge holders it should - a phenomenon known as biopiracy.