"I've been trying to answer questions on Ecuador for seven years and I am not going to take any more questions."
Multiple oil spills have been reported along the Northern Peruvian Pipeline in the last few weeks.
The Amazon is the world's largest and most biodiverse tropical rainforest, and there is no effective solution to climate change that does not include protecting the Amazon.
A rising climate justice movement and the resilient voice of indigenous peoples refused to be ignored.
Tell world leaders working to implement the UN COP21 climate goals that Brazil must halt plans to construct more devastating dams in the Amazon – like the one proposed on the Tapajos River, the last undammed tributary of the Brazilian Amazon.
After years of pressing a historic lawsuit against Chevron, the communities of the Ecuadorean Amazon still do not have access to clean water. That needs to change.
Please donate to that we may keep the pressure on global leaders and support indigenous communities in the Amazon.
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– Charlotte R. A.