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Jamison Ervin / IPS  iconeIndigenous peoples least responsible for the climate crisisIn the Press
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09.08.18   41890 
Nafisa Eltahir / The Intercept  iconeDefending land and environmental rights has become an increasingly deadly endeavorNon-press
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24.07.18   41848 
Alban Elkaïm / Reporterre  iconeAu Mexique, le zapatisme attire les « touristes révolutionnaires »Non-press
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24.07.18   41845 
Cultural Survival  iconeColombie : Appel désespéré des Nukak pour la restitution de leurs terres ancestrales
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01.02.18   41413 
Elaine Díaz / Periodisme de Barrio / Globalvoices  iconeMeet the Alliance Managing Mexico's Mayan RainforestAnalysis
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08.06.17   41265 
Baher Kamal / IPS  iconeAgony of Mother Earth :
The Unstoppable Destruction of ForestsAnalysis
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18.05.17   41224 
UNDP (United Nations Development programme)  iconeHuman Development Report 2016 :
World’s most marginalized still left behind by global development priorities
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21.03.17   41030 
Cédric Reichenbach / Echo Magazine / Mémoire de luttes  iconeMexique : les villages s’arment pour survivre
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02.03.17   40971 
Leonardo Boff / ALAINET  iconeThe God of Brazil is Moloch, who devours his children
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17.01.17   40880 
Kiana Herold / IC Magazine  iconeThe Rights of Nature: Indigenous Philosophies Reframing Law
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06.01.17   40815 
Tim Scott / Truthout  iconeThe Dakota Access Pipeline and the Doctrine of Native Genocide Analysis
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06.12.16   40658 
Oxfam international  iconeUnearthed: land, power and inequality in Latin America Analysis
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30.11.16   40646 
Mariajo Castro / Diagonal  iconeAu Guatemala, les femmes tissent la décolonisationNon-press
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14.11.16   40507 
Katie Reytar, Peter Veit / World Resources Institute  iconeIndigenous People and Local Communities Are the World’s Secret Weapon in Curbing Climate ChangeNon-press
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10.11.16   40520 
Victor Pires / ISA / Globalvoices  iconeCómo y dónde corre la sangre de los indígenas de Brasil hoyAnalysis
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29.09.16   40483 
Amauta  iconeTercer Simposio internacional Amauta y su época 90 aniversario de la revista históricaDocuments
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15.09.16   40247 
Shena Cavallo / Open Democracy  iconePeru fails to deliver for indigenous women Documents
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12.09.16   40283 
Amnesty International  iconeThe point of no return: The human rights of indigenous peoples in Canada threatened by the site C damDocuments
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09.08.16   40127 
Bertha Dimas Huacuz / Servindi  iconePueblos indígenas: ¿”interculturalidad” sin desarrollo?Documents
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07.06.16   39967 
Giovanna Salazar / GlobalVoices  iconeThe Cherán Indigenous Community's Remarkable Road to Self-Rule in Mexico Analysis
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29.04.16   39752 
Bernard Duterme, Manuel Ortega Hegg / CETRI  iconeLe Grand canal du Nicaragua : « Une concession... imposée à un pays vaincu »
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22.03.16   39496 
Giovanna Salazar / GlobalVoices  iconeSeries of Animated Stories Revitalise Indigenous Languages in MexicoNon-press
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20.03.16   39528 
Carole Excel / World Resources Institute  iconeDeath of Honduran Activist Berta Cáceres Underscores the Need for Environmental Democracy
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08.03.16   39412 
Laurent Delcourt / CETRI  iconeLa Bolivie d’Evo : Des idéaux indianistes à la realpolitik néodéveloppementisteAnalysis
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02.03.16   39422 
FIDH  iconeCriminalization of human rights defenders: an alarming phenomenon in Latin America
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25.02.16   39388 
Immanuel Wallerstein / Le Saker Francophone / ALAINET  iconeThe Left and the Nation: Unresolved Ambiguities
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19.02.16   39277 
World Bank / Banque mondiale  iconeIndigenous Latin America in the twenty-first century
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03.02.16   39251 
Transnational Institute  iconePower in India: radical pathwaysAnalysis
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18.01.16   39149 
Deutsche Welle  icone3 degrees, 7 continents: Latin AmericaIn the Press
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03.12.15   38883 
Philippa Garson / IRIN  iconeWill climate change = more disease?Non-press
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06.11.15   39239 
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Indigenous peoples least responsible for the climate crisis

Author : Jamison Ervin / IPS
Indigenous peoples, who comprise less than five percent of the world’s population, have the world’s smallest carbon footprint, and are the least responsible for our climate crisis. Yet because their livelihoods and wellbeing are intimately bound with intact ecosystems, indigenous peoples disproportionately face the brunt of climate change, which is fast becoming a leading driver of human displacement.

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