Amazonian tribe in Peru says it will block new oil drilling plans
"We have healthy rainforest free of pollution; that's why we don't want oil companies to come in"
At Dakota pipeline protest, activists celebrate, mindful fight isn't over
"That drill is still on the drill pad. Until that's gone, this is not over"
Army denies Dakota pipeline permit, in victory for Native tribes
"The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and all of Indian Country will be forever grateful to the Obama Administration for this historic decision"
Yurts, cleats, coats: Dakota protesters dig in for brutal winter
As winter arrives in North Dakota, protesters prepare for gruelling weather conditions
Protests flare in eastern India after changes to decades-old land laws
Government approved changes to two laws that will allow the state to buy protected tribal land to lease to investors
ANALYSIS-As Dakota pipeline saga drags on, rancor builds
Obama decision to delay final approval meant to give more time to consult with Native American tribes, but has led to violence
Amid peace and prosperity, Myanmar farmers fall prey to land seizures
Peace - combined with the opening of the country to investors - has boosted land value and left farmers vulnerable to powerful interests "gaining land through questionable means"
Tribe vows to continue N. Dakota pipeline fight despite arrests
"We won't step down from this fight ... This is about our water, our rights, and our dignity as human beings."
U.S., Canada native groups to join Dakota Access pipeline fight
The largest Native American protest in decades could soon be joined by U.S. and Canadian allies
Brazil's raging forest fires threaten indigenous land, uncontacted tribes
Brazil's uncontacted tribes, some of the last on earth, depend on large areas of unspoiled forest land to hunt animals and gather the food they need to survive