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In defense of, and dying for, the environment

15 July 2016
Una vez recibido el Premio Ambiental Goldman 2015, Berta Cáceres (1973-2016) compartió que “dar la vida en diversas formas para la protección de los ríos es dar la vida por el bienestar de la humanidad y del planeta.”  Fue asesinada un año más tarde. Foto de: sixdegreesnews.org

On Dangerous Ground  is the latest report from Global Witness  that documented 185 murders of people defending their land, forests, and rivers in 16 countries in 2015 alone, “by far the highest annual death toll on record and more than double the number of journalists killed in the same period.” “Latin America is the...
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Understanding the impact of mining in La Nueva Esperanza, Honduras

15 June 2014
Forêt tropicale à Honduras. Crédit photo: worldlandtrust.org

Kirsti Tasala Honduras in Central America is a country of rich history, breathtaking geography, and generous people. But it is also a country struggling to deal with violence and where death threats are often carried out with impunity. The reasons for the violence are incredibly complex, but one issue that is increasingly connected to...
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