From Big Oil to Palm Oil: Transforming the Ecuadorian Amazon into Monocultures

For decades, the Ecuadorian Amazon has been the epicenter of one of the most...


Tapping into the Amazon’s Rain

For many of you who are reading this Chronicle, access to potable water,...


Indigenous Nations Unite To Defend Waorani Victory

In the wake of the Waorani people’s recent historic victory, which protects...


The Waorani Resistance in Photos

For elders living in Waorani territory of Ecuador’s Pastaza Province, a ½...


“Water Unites Us”: Building Solutions On The Frontlines Of Oil Extraction In the Amazon

By Kofan leader Emergildo Criollo, founding member of our indigenous partner...


Letter From Indigenous Women of the Western Amazon

By the Kofan, Siona, Secoya and Waorani women of our indigenous partner...


Indigenous-Led Conservation In The Amazon: A Win-Win-Win Solution

Climate change, deforestation, conservation and protected areas – these...


Looking Forward to 2019

2018 has been a powerful year: from...