Eye on the Amazon
  • Peru Amazon Oil Disaster Relief Fund To Support Affected Communities

    Peru Amazon Oil Disaster Relief Fund To Support Affected Communities

    February 24, 2016 – Indigenous peoples of Peru's Amazon are responding to the recent spate of oil spills along the Northwestern Peru Pipeline. Primarily, they are pressing the Peruvian government – which runs Petroperu oil company responsible for the pipeline – to urgently attend to the affected communities, to remediate the contaminated rainforest, and to halt use of the pipeline until long-delayed upgrades are carried out.

  • Collateral Damage – Oil Stains Peru's Amazon, Again

    Collateral Damage – Oil Stains Peru's Amazon, Again

    February 19, 2016 – History is repeating itself in the northern Peruvian Amazon, where three oil spills have been reported along the Northern Peruvian Pipeline since January 25th.

  • Women of the Ecuadorian Amazon and International Allies Reject New Oil Concessions, Stand for Rights of the Earth and Communities

    Women of the Ecuadorian Amazon and International Allies Reject New Oil Concessions, Stand for Rights of the Earth and Communities

    February 10, 2016 – The Sápara people and the Kichwa of Sarayaku have denounced the new contracts as a violation of their fundamental rights, and have made clear their intentions to keep resisting extraction and protecting their rainforest.

  • The World’s Forests Will Collapse If We Don’t Learn To Say "No"

    The World’s Forests Will Collapse If We Don’t Learn To Say "No"

    February 4, 2016 – An alarming new study has shown that the world's forests are not only disappearing rapidly, but that areas of "core forest" – remote interior areas critical for disturbance-sensitive wildlife and ecological processes – are vanishing even faster.

  • Recognizing the Rights of Nature and the Living Forest

    Recognizing the Rights of Nature and the Living Forest

    February 4, 2016 – Civil society, non-governmental and community organizations representing hundreds of thousands of people from diverse social movements and international networks gathered during the Paris climate negotiations for major actions on the streets, hundreds of events, assemblies, concerts and educational workshops focused on just, community driven climate solutions.

  • Honoring the Legacy of Terry Turner

    Honoring the Legacy of Terry Turner

    January 20, 2016 – Terry's incisive ethnographic work with the Kayapo people, and his longstanding advocacy on behalf of their culture, forests, and rivers, earned him unique respect and admiration from Kayapo leadership, who called him 'Wakampu'.

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