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‘Our heritage is not for sale,’ say Khoisan members as they legally oppose the development of what will house Amazon’s Africa operations headquarters.
15 years ago, when the Mozambican government signed the contract with VALE, almost everybody in Mozambique believed that coal would develop the country. This investigation exposes part of the destruction that VALE Moçambique is preparing to leave behind now that it has announced an agreement to sell its projects to Vulcan Minerals for US $270 million.
Environment department lays charges against state diamond miner over use of “coffer dams”
KNP in perspective (Part One)
The Kruger National Park and its complex history of conservation and dispossession
By the 1950s, Kruger Park had become a global ‘must-see’ destination for tourists. Photo: SANParks Archives
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Amahoro @ Scale (Peace-at- Scale) is the Burundi country project of the larger “LAND -at- Scale” program funded by RVO (The Netherlands Enterprise Agency) which is currently active in 14 countries in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.
The fortress conservation model, created with support from some of the world’s biggest environmental groups and western donors, has led to land dispossession, militarization, and widespread human rights abuses.
In this episode of Land UP! we ask where do we land up on climate change?
We spoke to Indigenous climate activist Dr. Myrna Cunningham Kain, the Guardian's global environment editor Jonathan Watts and Co-Director of Prindex Anna Locke. We discussed the recent COP26, which took place in Glasgow in November of 2021, and what this means for Indigenous land rights.
Lawyers in the Congo provide a rare look at the workers extracting a metal critical to the battery business