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UN highlights attacks on Indigenous land defenders

UN highlights attacks on Indigenous land defenders

Global Indigenous communities face escalating criminalization and rights violations, spotlighted in a recent UN report.

Sarah Sax reports for Grist.

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Honduran paramilitaries violently infiltrate land rights groups

Honduran paramilitaries violently infiltrate land rights groups

The paramilitaries are targeting campesinos who are battling a corporate palm oil giant. But the armed groups, residents say, don’t act alone.
This Fixer wrote the book on addressing poverty, wastewater, and climate change in rural America
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This Fixer wrote the book on addressing poverty, wastewater, and climate change in rural America

A conversation with Catherine Flowers, author of "Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret."
bicycle: vehicle of protest
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The bicycle as a vehicle of protest

Bicycles are powerful things—inexpensive, versatile tools that can be used by dissenters to sneak up and speed off, to organize and mobilize and elude.
Activists fighting for their lands swept up in Philippines crackdown

Activists fighting for their lands swept up in Philippines crackdown

A security crackdown in the Philippines targeting an armed communist insurgency has swept up environmental and land defenders.

Report highlights business, political players behind Philippine environment defender deaths

Report highlights business, political players behind Philippine environment defender deaths

Global Witness, an eco-watchdog, has linked businesses and investors, including development banks to the increasing violence against land and environmental defenders in the Philippines.

In Cambodia, a rare acquittal in a climate of danger for green activists

In Cambodia, a rare acquittal in a climate of danger for green activists

Activists working in Cambodia face grave dangers from both authorities and illegal mining and logging interests.

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