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Tribespeople living inside a tiger reserve in India are being “threatened” and “cheated” into leaving their ancestral land in the name of tiger 'conservation'.
A new report from Survival International reveals hundreds of cases of beatings, arrests and abuses of Kalahari Bushmen at the hands of wildlife officers and police.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the President of the Methodist Conference hosted an Ecumenical Day of Reflection on Mining at Lambeth Palace on 7 October.
Two Amazon Indian leaders have completed a unique trip to Europe, where they urged the global population to “stop destroying the Earth’s lungs”.
The Church of Sweden has become the latest Christian group to abandon shares in fossil fuels, adding to the pressure on other churches to follow suit.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world have taken to the streets in the largest ever mass-mobilisation for the climate.
On UN International Day of Peace, 21 September, Quakers will say that building peace is about tough choices and will challenge the stereotype of peace as the soft option.
The UN General Assembly has opened its 69th annual session with its new President declaring it a historic opportunity to formulate a transformative development agenda
The publication of a new report outlining in economic terms the global benefits of transitioning to a low carbon economy has been welcomed by Christian Aid.
Ka’apor Indians in the Amazon rainforest have formed an indigenous 'army' to combat illegal invasions of their land, following the government’s failure to protect their territory.