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Botswana’s security forces are arresting and intimidating Bushmen, despite the tribe’s legal right to live and hunt in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve.
The teachings of Buddhism can offer significant insights on a more sustainable future, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said.
Peru’s Congress is about to approve a highly controversial road that will slash in half the territory of at least two uncontacted tribes.
A report on fracking for shale gas commissioned by the DECC, recommending that the drilling method be allowed to continue, has been criticised.
An uncontacted tribe has been photographed from the air in an area of the Colombian Amazon increasingly invaded by illegal gold-miners and loggers in recent years.
A new poll from Friends of the Earth reveals 85 per cent support for an increase the use of clean British energy and a reduction in the use of overseas gas.
A major oil spill in the Niger Delta was far worse than Shell previously admitted, according to an independent assessment.
The misuse of pesticides, some of them banned, in northern Ghana is affecting the health of farmers badly as well as contaminating crops.
New research suggests it would cost the UK £1.8 billion every year to hand-pollinate crops without bees – twenty percent more than previously thought.
Survival International say that Peru’s government is ignoring new UN guidelines on the protection of uncontacted Indians in the Amazon.