Topic: Survival International
India finally halted the practice of allowing tourists to ogle the native tribes of a secluded Island in the Andaman Islands. But with a growing tourism industry there, the battle might not be over.
The Quebec government is opening up its northern region to mining and energy companies, sparking concern among the native Innu, who fear they will lose their ancestral lands.
Ethiopia's state project to make it into one of the world's top sugar producers requires the resettling of semi-nomadic herders in permanent villages. Which priority wins out: cultural preservation or economic progress?
10/27/2011 04:08 pm
The reservation of the Xinane, a remote Amazonian tribe in Brazil that appeared in footage this year aiming bows and arrows at a plane flying overhead, may have been overrun by drug gangs, underlining new threats to isolated tribes across South America.
08/08/2011 06:56 pm
The military will use radar, satellite, and infrared technology to locate communities that may face threats from loggers and farmers.
12/02/2008 12:00 am
06/25/2008 01:00 am