Illegal logging in Peru likely pushed the tribe into the country.
For 20 years, Ecuador's Amazonian tribes have been taken advantage of by big oil—and it's about to happen again.
A referendum vote was considered the best shot at halting a plan to drill for oil in the Amazon.
Indigenous and local protests are increasingly making it economically unviable to deal with the social costs of extractive activities.
Forest fires in the Amazon are becoming more common and countries lack the resources to fight them.
A new study finds that indigenous tribes often recover after a population crash, but what about the people they lost?
The industry is hurting, which is evidence that new busts are working.
Last week, as the town of Marabá, Brazil, geared up to celebrate its centennial, it was also wrapping up the trial of the killers of environmental activist couple Zé Claudio and Maria do Espirito Santo. But instead of closing the book on this violent...