His melody flowed with intensity through the light drizzle and over the bustling plaza. Improvising in his native language of Shipibo, Wuicler Lopez sang for the protection of his people, culture, and the forest. His passion and potency electrified the … Continue reading No to Climate Change! Yes to Systemic Change!
Ruben Sergio Rodriguez dreams of planting a forest he has never seen before. Having only ever traveled two hours outside of his small village of Santa Clara, he has lived surrounded by a sea of grass, never knowing the intact … Continue reading A Quiet Coup in the Kingdom of Grass: Regrowing Yarinacocha’s Rainforest
Indigenous Amazonian communities in Peru intend to block new oil bids failing immediate government action to solve problems of four decades of exploitation and contamination. In many Amazonian indigenous cultures, if you are a lazy or disobedient child your parents … Continue reading Solutions or Bust