The loss of ancestral rights, lands and natural resources continues apace in places where the affected communities lack credible and effective representation. In Guatemala, as Honduras and other countries, the indigenous and campesinos refuse to be silenced, often at the cost of their lives. 986 more words
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(translated) Environmental activist Gustavo Castro is in danger in the community of La Esperanza, Honduras
Zambia was plunged into darkness as a massive blackout cut power to virtually the entire country earlier this week.
The capital of Lusaka and all the major cities were without power for the second time this month as the copper-producing southern African country grapples with a crippling drought and… 520 more words
Research shows that contrary to the current greenwashing trend surrounding hydropower, hydroelectric dams are not the sustainable solution to the world’s energy needs that proponents make them out to be. 2,183 more words