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Strife with indigenous groups could derail Ecuador’s drive to be a mining power
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By Alexandra Valencia, Brian Ellsworth QUITO (Reuters) - Conflicts with indigenous communities
Historic inquest conclusion that air pollution contributed to death
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In a ruling today a coroner has made legal history
Juukan Gorge inquiry: Rio Tinto’s decision to blow up Indigenous rock shelters ‘inexcusable’
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Parliament committee says miner must negotiate a compensation deal with
Greenpeace: 10,5 juta ha lahan Papua diberikan untuk investasi berbasis lahan
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Jayapura, Jubi – Juru Kampanye Hutan Papua Greenpeace Indonesia, Nicodemus
UN report says up to 850,000 animal viruses could be caught by humans, unless we protect nature
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Human damage to biodiversity is leading us into a pandemic
Forest Policies and Indigenous Peoples’ Traditional Knowledge and Practices on Sustainable Forest Management
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Indigenous peoples and forests are mutually constitutive. Certain natural forests
Indigenous peoples key to saving threatened forests
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by Patrick Galey More than a third of the world's
Plantain (Plantago major): Why It’s an Herb and Not a Weed, Uses, Benefits and More
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Plantain is a common garden herb with healing properties. Although
Philippines passes law requiring students to plant 10 trees if they want to graduate
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A new Filipino law requires all graduating high school and
An uneasy alliance: Indigenous Traditional Knowledge enriches science
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An article I published last year in The Conversation and republished in Smithsonian
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