Nearly all the mahogany leaving Brazil has been taken, illegally, from protected reserves
Roads protesters are bringing art and necessity back together, sowing the seeds of cultural renewal
A disastrous project funded by the Canadian Government is destituting an African people
A fraudulent privatisation project is reducing the Maasai to little more than tourist dancers
The Government’s repressive new laws contain eerie similarities to statutes passed hundreds of years ago
Environmentalism is at the vanguard of Britain’s movements for political change
One man’s story might hold the key to the survival of the Maasai
In East Africa, conservationists are creating a wilderness out of inhabited lands, then punishing the people they have dispossessed
Did Ledumen, the celebrated Samburu prophet, know I was coming to visit him three months before I decided to do so?
Environmentalism is yet to inspire a great novel
Britain’s protest movements have emerged in response to the enclosure of the land, the mind and political power. They are seeking to recover the freedom all of us have lost
Richard Leakey’s reappointment as head of the Kenya Wildlife Service is a disaster for Kenya’s nomads
Local people are the real victims of the turf war between the conservation authorities in Kenya
The “Tragedy of the Commons” is one of the modern world’s most dangerous myths.
Why are the same myths associated with blacksmiths all over the world?
A peasant farmers’ project in the western Amazon might hold the key to protecting the forests
The only people who can prevent the invasion of Indian reserves in Brazil and British and American consumers
Why doesn’t Guinness stop fighting us and help us to turn its land into something worthwhile?
Golf course development is becoming one of the major threats to the environment and human rights
Self-serving relief agencies are doing nothing to build up developing countries’ own capacity to respond