Indigenous Indignation
ChristianityToday.com – Carol Stream,IL,USA
The government has not released the names of most of the NGOs under investigation, though one accused group, the Amazon Conservation Team,

Exhibit camps out at aquarium
Charleston Post Courier – Charleston,SC,USA
Stocked with creatures indigenous to the Palmetto State, the 2000-square-foot display opens to the public Saturday for what likely will be a four-year run.

Nigeria: Odusote, Seriki, Others for Women in ICT Forum
AllAfrica.com – Washington,USA
Today, Seriki is a leading Amazon who has built a legacy around Omatek brand of PCs. Mrs. Seriki is the only female among the managing directors of the four

Industry-driven road-building to fuel Amazon deforestation
Mongabay.com – USA
Unofficial road-building will be a major driver of deforestation and land-use change in the Amazon rainforest, according to an analysis published in

That mesquite mystique
Los Angeles Times – CA,USA
For our tests, we used an Argentine mesquite from Casa de Fruta, available on Amazon or at www.casadefruta.com. It makes a sort of sense that mesquite is

Skoll Foundation puts $1M toward indigenous groups, conservation
Mongabay.com – USA
The Skoll Foundation has awarded the Amazon Conservation Team, an innovative organization the promotes biocultural conservation among indigenous groups in

Skoll Foundation Adds Eleven Pioneering Organizations to its
Earthtimes – London,UK
Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) – Mark Plotkin, an ethnobotonist, and Liliana Madrigal, a conservationist and crusader for indigenous rights, created ACT in

Talking Points for March 15th Chevron Action
Bay Area Indymedia – San Francisco,CA,USA
Chevron has been charged in a $6 billion lawsuit in which five indigenous groups and 80 Ecuadorian communities are demanding recompense for the dumping of

Stockwire.com: Speak with other shareholders about: (Pink Sheets
Trading Markets (press release) – Los Angeles,CA,USA
The company expects to collect enough indigenous Jatropha seed to produce a minimum of one million gallons of Jatropha oil in 2008.

Thomasville pharmacist travels the world to study healing methods
Greensboro News Record – Greensboro,NC,USA
In 1999, she accompanied Constance Grauds, a pharmacist and natural medicine expert, to Peru where they studied indigenous healing practices with a shaman.