The Bento Rodrigues Dam Collapsed a Year Ago and It's Nowhere Near Fixed
Local residents are still adjusting to their new lives more than a year after the Bento Rodrigues dam collapsed in southeastern Brazil.
How 22 Hydroelectric Projects in Canada Put First Nations Communities at Risk
A Harvard study looked at the proposed hydro projects in Canada's not-so-distant future, all of them near indigenous communities.
How Hydroelectric Power May Undermine Brazil's Pledge to Slash Greenhouse Gases
Experts say massive emissions from mega-dams are ignored in impressive targets Brazil announced ahead of Paris climate change talks
Brazil Pledges on Climate Change, Zero Deforestation Are a 'Crushing Disappointment'
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff says the government will cut illegal deforestation to zero by 2030 and ramp up renewable energy production.
Over One Hundred Environmentalists Around the World Were Murdered in 2014, According to a New Report
For the fifth consecutive year, more environmentalists were killed in Honduras per capita than anywhere else in the world.