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Indigenous protests throughout Brazil

Indigenous protests throughout Brazil

Indigenous peoples in Brazil fear their constitutionally recognized rights are under attack. This week they took to the streets in protest.

The murky waters of soy fed salmon

The murky waters of soy fed salmon

How the Norwegian salmon industry is linked to illegal deforestation, violent land conflict and plantations on indigenous lands through its Brazilian soy suppliers.

Human health and welfare interlinked with a healthy ecosystem

Human health and welfare interlinked with a healthy ecosystem

Our new report showcases how indigenous peoples in Acre, Brazil, harvest produce from their forest and village gardens to sustain a healthy life.

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund must end soy traders’ forest destruction

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund must end soy traders’ forest destruction

The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund invests USD 116 million in the US soy trading company Bunge, which is accused of extensive deforestation

Soy Moratorium extension welcome, but stronger action is needed

Soy Moratorium extension welcome, but stronger action is needed

The announcement to extend the Brazilian Soy Moratorium is good news, but more action is needed.

Peru and Norway sign major agreement for forest protection

“Urgent need for improvement in Peru’s policy on forests and indigenous peoples”, leading organizations say.