Eye on the Amazon
  • Fierce Determination: Learning from an Indigenous Woman Warrior

    Fierce Determination: Learning from an Indigenous Woman Warrior

    November 6, 2015 – "The land is for the people who are living in the rainforest...My territory is already contaminated. How can I back down? How will my children live a healthy life? How will future generations live?"

  • Game Over: Chevron's RICO Case Spectacularly Implodes as Corrupt Ex-Judge Admits to Making It Up in Exchange for Chevron Payoff

    Game Over: Chevron's RICO Case Spectacularly Implodes as Corrupt Ex-Judge Admits to Making It Up in Exchange for Chevron Payoff

    October 26, 2015 – Chevron's polluted house of cards has come crashing down around them. Guerra is a liar – and he freely admits it. Chevron can either double down and insist Guerra was "before it before he was against it" or denounce him now – in which case they can never argue he's credible by any stretch.

  • Amazon Fracking Scheme Encounters Stiff Resistance in Brazil

    Amazon Fracking Scheme Encounters Stiff Resistance in Brazil

    October 21, 2015 – In an act of defiance targeting the Brazilian Oil and Gas Agency, Brazilian indigenous leaders and activists interrupted a major auction of new fracking concessions set to spread across the Amazon rainforest.

  • How They Won

    How They Won

    What we can learn from the U'wa and Achuar Victories in 2015

    October 15, 2015 – In 2015, several indigenous peoples announced important advances in their decades-long struggles to defend their sacred homelands. The Achuar people of the Northern Peruvian Amazon and the U'wa people of the Colombian cloud forest both embody the power of grassroots resistance in the face of multi-billion dollar corporations.

  • How These Women Are Saving the Amazon

    How These Women Are Saving the Amazon

    October 13, 2015 – "People see indigenous people as very primitive. And many times the government, well, our president, he has called a lot of our leaders stupid and ignorant," Gualinga said. "I know that the things that I am doing will have a consequence in the future, but I'm not afraid."

  • Indigenous Women Fulfilling Prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor

    Indigenous Women Fulfilling Prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor

    October 12, 2015 – As Indigenous Women of the Americas, we understand the responsibilities toward the sacred system of life given to us by the Creator to protect the territorial integrity of Mother Earth and Indigenous Peoples. These responsibilities include the safety, health and well being of our children and those yet to come, as well as the children of all of our non-human relatives, the seeds of the plants and those unseen. These responsibilities demand that we act to ensure healthy air, water, soil, seeds and a safe climate so that life may continue...

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