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A través de perspectivas de líderes sociales, investigaciones y análsis, el nuevo número del NACLA Report aborda lo que está en juego en la Amazonia y lo que se necesita para evitar una crisis más profunda.
Our Summer 2023 issue of the NACLA Report brings movement voices together with research and analysis to lay out what’s at stake in the Amazon and how to avert a deeper crisis.
The inauguration of the leftist two-time former leader as Brazil’s president is a source of hope for social and environmental movements worldwide.
On Mexico’s Pacific coast, the government and businesses are trying to legalize a huge area of illegally-cultivated oil palm by reducing the size of an environmental reserve.
From oil to mining, resource exploitation is the central battlefield for Venezuela’s land and environmental movements.
Del petróleo hasta la minería, la explotación de recursos naturales sigue siendo el campo de batalla clave para los movimientos ambientales y en defensa de la tierra.
In Puna, companies extracting lithium also drain the limited water supply for Guayatayoc communities dependent on groundwater.
Honduran activists jailed in 2019 for opposing mining in their community have faced two years of unfair legal proceedings leading up to their trial.
Henry Ford’s 20th century rubber plantation and company town pioneered a model of destructive forest industrialization still in full force in Brazil’s Amazon.
Blooms of smelly and unsightly sargassum seaweed have impacted the tourism industry across the Caribbean. Now, solutions must balance environmental factors and local livelihoods.