NI446 New Internationalist October 2011 Issue

Nature’s Defenders: Can indigenous people save the planet?

Inside this issue:

The race is on to exploit the planet’s dwindling resources – minerals, oil, water – as fast and rapaciously as possible. This is causing toxic pollution, adding to global warming and threatening the lives and livelihoods of those living closest to nature. Holding the frontline are indigenous people – especially those of the Amazon. We visit Peru, where a rebellion of nature’s defenders is taking hold and challenging both governments and corporations. They are fighting for more than just themselves...

Plus Inside:

Syrias’s protest movement
Time for a maximum wage?
Living with 7 billion
Dying for shark fin soup
Prison nation USA
Who’s to blame for Somalia’s famine


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New Internationalist tackles today’s most challenging global issues, confronting inequality and injustice, and reporting on positive changes happening around the world. Intelligent analysis and fresh perspectives present a comprehensive picture of events.

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