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Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights, has written to the president of Peru, urging him to protect the lands of uncontacted tribes from illegal logging and drug trafficking.
The decline in UK oil and gas, seen as "worrying" by the industry, should be taken as good news by everyone else, say Scottish Greens.
At least three ministers have resigned in Peru, amidst increasing pressure to approve a controversial gas project in the Amazon.
Survival International has held protests outside Peruvian embassies and consulates, calling for an end to expansion of the Camisea gas project in Peru’s Amazon rainforest.
The United Nations has demanded an immediate halt to expansion of a gas project in the Peruvian Amazon, over concerns of the risk to lives of uncontacted Indians.
Friends of the Earth's Executive Director has told his annual conference that the Chancellor's "reckless agenda threatens jobs, businesses and our precious environment."
Survival International say that Peru’s government is ignoring new UN guidelines on the protection of uncontacted Indians in the Amazon.
Aid charities are raising awareness of a new law that would force oil, gas and mining companies to tell the truth about their relations with poor countries.
A vital step has been taken say campaigners, toward requiring companies to disclose payments made for projects around the world
The Green Party in England and Wales has used its autumn conference in Sheffield this weekend to call for an immediate moratorium on fracking.
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