Ecuador’s electoral authorities have invalidated well over half the signatures submitted by YASunidos in bid to prevent drilling for oil… Read more Ecuador: Yasuní signatures rejected by Electoral Court, activists allege fraud and bias
YASunidos claim they have easily surpassed the required amount of signatures calling for a referendum on the future of Yasuní,… Read more Yasuní: The petitions are in, now comes the waiting game…
Anti-drilling collective YASunidos say they are close to gathering the required 600,000 signatures to trigger a referendum on Yasuní-ITT oil… Read more Ecuador: Yasuní campaign remains under threat despite progress
Ecuador’s longest-serving President came to power pledging to marry sustainable resource extraction with social justice while offering a new “green”… Read more Just how “green” is Rafael Correa?
The campaign to force a citizens’ referendum on blocking the government’s plans continues apace, but any eventual success – still… Read more Ecuador: Campaign to save Yasuní-ITT making steady progress, but faces new threats
Amazonian indigenous people call on world leaders at the UN climate talks to follow their example in prioritising sustainability and… Read more UN Climate summit: Amazonian indigenous peoples make a stand
Large-scale mining activities are destroying environments and wiping out communities, but companies are failing to respect rights of those whose… Read more Colombia: the dark side of its coal mining “success”
Effective measures to prevent global warming and its consequences will require a change in worldview, say indigenous groups from one… Read more Central America’s indigenous peoples sound warning over climate change