Energy infrastructure, commercial agriculture for crops and fuels, mining and urbanisation are putting intense pressure on Indigenous peoples and their lands worldwide, reports Catherine Early. The new study, led by scientists from non-profit The Nature Conservancy and published in the journal One Earth, harnesses global data and spatial mapping to show that almost 60% of Indigenous peoples’ lands across 64 countries and all inhabited continents is threatened by industrial development. According to the study, ...


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