Juukan Gorge was the only site in inland Australia to show evidence of human occupation throughout the ice age. Its destruction cost Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sébastien Jacques his job.
The Indian Government placed the country's northernmost state under curfew in August 2019. Unable to work, locals have been unable to pay rent—leading many to sell their land.
Only 8 People in This Indigenous Tribe Still Speak Their Native Language. The Amazon Fires May Wipe It Out Completely.
Indigenous leaders have said there is a “physical, environmental, and cultural genocide” in the Amazon.
What the law says about staking a claim to that hot new stuff.
How Australia's tourism industry invented a dangerous and disrespectful national pastime.
Ihumātao protesters shut down Fletcher Building's AGM.
Wiikwemkoong First Nation has been fighting for its land for 155 years.
Residents are cautiously optimistic about a $2.7 million commitment from Nova Scotia to help them establish land titles
Six Nations members have rebuilt a decade-old blockade. Behind it is division over who is the legitimate government of Six Nations people.
A misguided environmental law is threatening the lives of the people who have protected India's forests for centuries.
What it means to be Māori and a guest on your own land
The Peel Watershed, in the Yukon, is one of the largest intact pieces of wilderness left in North America. The Supreme Court will decide its fate.