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Collection: Vol. 11, No. 1 (1998) (Spanish)
Tourism is negatively affecting indigenous communities in Argentina. Venezuela has yet to ratify Convention 169.
Alto a Las Concesiones Madereras en la Costa Atlantica de Nicaragua
Logging has stopped on Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast
Radio and video programs and public service announcement.
Berita KuwarU'wa has worked for much of his life fighting for the protection and rights of the U'wa people.
Bolivia, pais Minero, Sede de la Conferencia Internacional de Mujeres Mineras del ano 2000
Bolivia will host the Women and Mining Conference, an international meeting that seeks to address the negative effects of mining on communities, in 2000.
Bolivia: Defendiendo el Bosque
Indigenous communities, non-governmental agencies, and native leaders unite to confront the Bolivian logging company Berna.
A reflection on the movement in Chiapas and what it meant to indigenous groups across the world.
The contents of the issue.
Debra Harry is a Northern Paiute who has spent the last twenty years working to protect the rights and resources of Native Americans.
A message from the editor describing the dangers of over-exploiting resources and not taking measures to protect the earth.
El Fantasma Del Proyecto Minero Cerro Colorado
Panamanian mining operations threaten to poison and destroy native land.
El Oro, la Avaricia y el Genocidio en las Americas: Desde California hasta La Amazonia
How the theme of colonial greed for gold has led to the massacre, terrorization, and oppression of Native Americans and the destruction of their land from first contact to today.