A new report by Survival International has revealed that the mass eviction of tribal people in India whose lands are being turned into tiger reserves is illegal under both national and international law.
<p>Repsol YPF, a Spanish-Argentine company, has a contract to explore for oil in a<br /> remote part of the Peruvian Amazon known as Lot 39. This region, in northern Peru, is home to at least two of the world’s last uncontacted tribes.<br /> Repsol currently claims there is not enough evidence to prove the existence of
<p>The report highlights the devastating impact on tribal people of a massive boom in dam-building for hydropower. Drawing on examples from Asia, Africa and the Americas, the report<a href="http://assets.survivalinternational.org/documents/373/Serious_Damage_final.pdf"></a> exposes the untold cost of obtaining