Indigenous leader urges focus on native knowledge as study shows rainforest areas under tribal stewardship manage carbon better
In Brazil’s largest indigenous reserve thousands of saplings have been planted as an alternative to profits from illegal gold mining
Gold prospectors are ravaging the Yanomami indigenous reserve. So why does President Bolsonaro want to make them legal?
Campaigners frustrated at how women and indigenous people have struggled to have voices heard
Brazil’s far-right president Jair Bolsonaro has derided Greta Thunberg after the teenage climate activist added…
‘It’s like the third world’: tribe feels forgotten as flooding brings misery to a struggling community
Help has been slow to arrive to White Swan after severe flooding compounded long-standing social and economic inequalities
Documents show government’s £1bn commitment in 2017 later prioritised support of major oil companies