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1. Indigenous land rights in the Amazon Basin.

...mayor desarrollo normativo reconocer el derecho al territorio de los pueblos indígenas son Colombia, Ecuador, Brasil y Bolivia. Perú lo ha hecho de manera precaria; mientras que en Guyana Francesa, Guyana...

2. Human Rights Court Sets New Standard on Consultation of Indigenous Peoples

...guidelines on the right to consultation of indigenous peoples. Sarayaku, a rainforest community deep in Ecuador's Amazon, brought the case in 2006 over rights abuses suffered at the hands of the government...

3. HOW CONSERVATION BECAME COLONIALISM.

...in dark tunics and bandoliers studded with forest seeds gathered around a fire pit in northeastern Ecuador. In the thin light of dawn, they prepared to set out on a patrol of the Cayambe Coca National...

4. Epilogue: Conservation still divided, looking for a way forward

...whenever overpopulation or consumerism are mentioned. A butterfly in Yasuni National Park in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Photo by Jeremy Hance. In fact, a little more transparency may actually help their...

5. Has big conservation gone astray?

...comes to the importance of protected areas. Unidentified butterfly in Yasuni National Park in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Photo by Jeremy Hance. Proponents of traditional conservation view protected areas...

6. A Letter to the Natural History Museum, London.

...Amotocodie has held workshops for government staff on request of government authorities from Bolivia and Ecuador, as well as for personnel and members of civil society and indigenous organizations in...

7. Conservation’s people problem

...Chevron, is currently embroiled in a multi-billion-dollar lawsuit with several indigenous communities in Ecuador over oil spills and pollution that the company inherited when it merged with Texaco. The...

8. Kugapakori, Nahua and Nanti reserve and Manú National Park in Peru under threat

...precautionary measures to protect the rights of indigenous peoples in voluntary isolation in Peru[10] and Ecuador[10] whose existence was threatened by illegal logging activities. In its decisions the...

9. Bolivia - Madidi National Park and the Curse of Petroleum.

...seismic exploration is not justified, even more so now that President Morales has given his support to Ecuador's Yasuní Initiative" to leave oil in that biodiverse Amazonian region untouched, Flores...

10. A thematic analysis of conservation measures and their impact on indigenous peoples' rights

...have had on indigenous peoples in a wide range of countries, including: Argentina, Botswana, Chile, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Honduras, Kenya, Mexico, Namibia, Nepal, the Russian Federation, South Africa and...

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