Could the recent mobilization held at Saramurillo be the one that finally brought much needed justice?
teleSUR interviewed Steven Donziger, a lawyer fighting for justice for communities affected by the “Amazon Chernobyl.”
Critics warn the country now risks sliding back after years of progress on climate and environment.
Brazil’s soy farmers and traders want to turn the Tapajos Basin into an industrialized commodities export corridor.
Brazil dynamited an indigenous sacred site to make way for Teles Pires dam.
Privacy experts are keeping a close watch on the case of a Arkansas man who was charged with murder after prosecutors obtained a warrant to receive data from…
In half the US states, Amazon generates billions of dollars in sales without employing a single person.
Leading researchers call Brazil’s plan for 40+ dams a threat to Amazon ecosystems, people and global climate.
Agreements like the TPP allow corporations to turn the world’s natural resources into profit at any human cost.
Crude oil imported to the US from the Amazon is driving expansion of oil operations into the rainforest, says a new report.