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As part of our recent series of online offerings, the Emergence Magazine Book Club spent the month of April reading Robin Wall Kimmerer’s celebrate...
Spotify · 4 Jun
Mining company was given permission to blast Juukan Gorge cave, which provided a 4,000-year-old genetic link to present-day traditional owners
The Guardian · 28 May
John Vidal: An indigenous Yanomami leader and shaman from Brazil shares his views on wealth, the environment and politics
The Guardian · 24 May
Over 100 tribes today deliberately avoid interaction with outsiders — the impact of infectious diseases is one reason why
Medium · 24 May
Uncontacted tribes have no resistance to common diseases like flu or measles, let alone coronavirus.
Medium · 24 May
President Bolsonaro enabling industrial invasion into the Amazon rainforest using the Covid-19 pandemic as cover
EcoHustler · 24 May
Down To Earth talks to Davi Kopenawa, the ‘Dalai Lama of the Amazon Rainforest’
down2earthindia · 24 May
Fears grow as Brazil confirms a 15-year-old Indigenous Yanomami boy contracted COVID-19.
AJENews · 10 Apr
SUNY-ESF is the oldest and most distinguished institution in the United States that focuses on the study of the environment.
SUNY-ESF · 15 Feb
Varieties of corn, beans and squash seen as central to Cherokee identity will be deposited in Norway’s Svalbard seed bank
The Guardian · 12 Feb
Australia‘s wildfires have revealed an ancient aquaculture system built by indigenous people which is thought to predate the time of the Pyramids o...
The Independent · 20 Jan
The problem with calling another living being “it.” Photosynthesis envy. The renewal of the world for the privilege of breath. Mosses as a celebrat...
The On Being Project · 13 Jan
As bushfires and drought ravage the nation, hundreds of Yuin people have gathered at the foot of Mount Gulaga for a historic healing ceremony on th...
ABC News · 5 Jan
As the big dry bites and temperature records tumble, Aboriginal people in Alice Springs say global heating threatens their culture and very survival
The Guardian · 18 Dec 2019
Gunmen opened fire on a group from the Guajajara tribe on a highway in Maranhão state, killing two and wounding others
The Guardian · 9 Dec 2019
Claims of indigenous Australians to be the most ancient continuous civilisation on Earth have been proven to date back more than 50,000 years to th...
Live Learn Evolve · 14 Nov 2019
Paulo Paulino Guajajara was killed by armed loggers in the Araribóia region in Maranhão
The Guardian · 3 Nov 2019
MANAUS, BRAZIL—Citing a lack of support from those with no knowledge of the outside world, a new Reuters poll out Thursday found virtually no enthu...
Politics · 1 Nov 2019
At the core of the climate crisis lies the continued funding of fossil fuels and at the core of that lies one company; BlackRock, a $6.5 trillion a...
Vimeo · 19 Oct 2019
Indigenous Peoples have been protecting biodiversity on Earth for thousands of years. Yet their rights are increasingly being eroded and they face ...
Intercontinental Cry · 4 Oct 2019
We have warned you about the destruction of our lands. You must listen before it is too late, says Raoni Metuktire, chief of the indigenous Brazili...
The Guardian · 10 Sep 2019
Palaszczuk government did not announce decision Wangan and Jagalingou people say makes them trespassers on their own land
The Guardian · 3 Sep 2019
The campesino leader is running for president in a country whose indigenous majority is chronically overlooked – and she has a chance of making the...
The Guardian · 17 Jun 2019
Anxiety about the natural world is high and with good reason. Surprisingly, perhaps, the earliest days of Christianity in the British Isles have so...
YouTube · 17 May 2019
Soon, the government will recognize a mountain as a legal person as well. Here's how it happened, and what it may mean.
Culture · 12 May 2019