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The murders, which happened 20 years ago, were committed by paramilitaries who Colombian investigators say were financed by an Alabama coal company.
Biologists set him up on a historic blind date, and he thinks she’s purrfect.
Arnold Joaquin Morazán Erazo, killed this week, was the latest activist murdered in one of the region’s most violent nations, where corruption and drug trafficking are rife.
VICE News spoke with young activists in regions directly impacted by climate change, who are challenging authorities on their climate inaction.
On its way from mine to market, illegally-extracted gold is trafficked from Venezuela through Guyana and is bypassing U.S sanctions.
The Amazon basin has all factors that can generate new “zoonotic” diseases, and on a scale unprecedented in human history.
Fifteen young people are going to court later this month to fight the Canadian government’s attempt to have their lawsuit thrown out.
ExxonMobil is losing money for the first time in decades. The company's strategy to turn things around: exploit oil in Guyana, one of South America's poorest countries, accelerating the climate emergency there.
Milne Ice Shelf lost an area larger than the size of Manhattan and two resulting islands are now dangerously floating in the ocean, scientists say.