Eye on the Amazon
  • Welcome, Mayalú!

    Welcome, Mayalú!

    September 18, 2013 – As Mayalú begins her first U.S. tour, she hopes that her travels will further hone her leadership skills, experience and knowledge that will allow her to be a better advocate for defending Brazil's indigenous peoples while demonstrating the universal importance of assisting their struggle.

  • Voices of the Xingu: A Fisherman's Story

    Voices of the Xingu: A Fisherman's Story

    September 10, 2013 – "This wound no longer heals because it is a very deep wound. There is no healing being done for nature, or for our minds. Whoever thinks that Belo Monte is a good project, it is because they do not know this place and have not suffered."

  • Judge Allows Chevron Additional Access to Email Usage Information of Activists, Lawyers

    Judge Allows Chevron Additional Access to Email Usage Information of Activists, Lawyers

    September 6, 2013 – Despite well-established case law recognizing the right to anonymous speech on the Internet, he held that online speakers forever waive their right to anonymity simply by using an email address.

  • Damage Control in Ecuador

    Damage Control in Ecuador

    September 6, 2013 – It has been a tumultuous few weeks in Ecuador since President Correa's decision to terminate the historic Yasuní-ITT initiative. Faced with ongoing unrest, he has unleashed a barrage of ads and TV spots aimed at convincing the public to support his plan to drill in the park.

  • Sex Trafficking Ringmaster Busted on Belo Monte

    Sex Trafficking Ringmaster Busted on Belo Monte

    September 3, 2013 – Police in Brazil have arrested two leaders of a sex trafficking ring that sent adolescent girls and transvestites, some as young as 16, to prostitute themselves to the workers building the Belo Monte Dam.

  • Rights and Responsibility: The Failure of Yasuní-ITT and What it Means for Ecuador’s Indigenous Peoples

    Rights and Responsibility: The Failure of Yasuní-ITT and What it Means for Ecuador’s Indigenous Peoples

    August 25, 2013 – In the wake of President Correa's decision to terminate the historic Yasuní-ITT initiative the big question has been: Who is to blame for the initiative's failure?

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