Articles by: Heather Williams

February 17, 2015
International demand for gold, groceries, and energy is driving destructive policies that pollute and deplete the water supplies of rural communities and parched cities.
February 11, 2015
Humala’s 2014 ban on informal mining has made for good press, but done little for the local communities the mines pollute or the majority of mine workers they employ.
February 9, 2015
Climate-linked threats to economies, human health, and agro-ecosystems undoubtedly will occupy a growing place in the politics of land and water in the Andes.
January 12, 2015

An interview with Alicia Jrapko, co-founder of the International Committee to Free the Cuban Five, on how persistence pays in uphill political struggles.