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TAKE ACTION NOW! COKE AND PEPSI:Commit to a Zero-Tolerance Policy for Land Grabs Throughout Your Supply Chain."
Business  (tags: native rights, indigenouspeoples rights, INDIGENOUS rights, environment, destruction, world, nature, protection, humans, corporate, dishonesty, economy, business, politics, society, news, sustainabledevelopment, environment, corruption, consumers )

Cal
- 287 days ago - action.sumofus.org
We've just found out that Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are supplied by companies that have been caught driving indigenous people and small farmers off of their ancestral land all around the world.
Good News About Canada's Native Groups for a Change
Business  (tags: native rights, goodnews, GoodNews, success stories, politics, society, news, world, business, economy, goodnews )

Cal
- 498 days ago - globalpost.com
Aboriginal success stories fly in the face of common narratives about Canada's native population.
A COLOMBIAN TRIBE FIGHTS MINING MULTINATIONALS WITH BOWS AND ARROWS
Business  (tags: world, politics, native rights, mining companies, society, news, corporate, abuse, society, politics, world, economy, ethics, government )

Cal
- 652 days ago - worldcrunch.com
The region's Wayúu face a major threat in the form of multinational companies, which have seized thousands of hectares of land to extract minerals. One of the firms, a coal mining company called El Cerrejón, operates what is already one of the largest ope
Native Canadians Fear Mining Boom in "Ring of Fire"
Business  (tags: environment, dishonesty, corporate, corporate greed, native rights, ethics, economy, business, society, sustainabledevelopment, politics, news, corruption, abuse, money )

Cal
- 730 days ago - ipsnews.net
With accusations that Canadian resource companies and government officials are disregarding the need for indigenous consent in development projects, First Nations leaders have lashed out by approving a resolution calling for a moratorium on mining develop
TAKE ACTION NOW! PERU--Tell Talisman Energy--Leave the Achuar in Peace!
Business  (tags: society, politics, world, native rights, business, corruption, energy, corporate, dishonesty, news, ethics, environment )

Cal
- 960 days ago - amazonwatch.org
The Achuar of the northern Peruvian Amazon are fighting to keep Canadian oil company Talisman Energy out of their ancestral territory, but the company continues to ignore the Achuar's demands and expand operations.
OUTRAGEOUS! Painkillers and Pens Used to Placate Peru's Indians as Gas Giants Move in
Business  (tags: world, crime, ecosystems, environment, world, fracking, resource depletion, native rights, humans, ethics, dishonesty, business, world, politics, society, energy, corruption )

Cal
- 1050 days ago - survivalinternational.org
Isolated Indians in southeast Peru are being 'bribed' with painkillers and pens, as industry giants seek to open up their land to explore for gas. Workers from Argentine gas giant Pluspetrol have been into the Kugapakori-Nahua Reserve to conduct environme
CIVIL RIGHTS FOR NATIVE AMERICANS! Suit Filed Against NBC By American Indian Former Employee
Business  (tags: CIVIL RIGHTS, Native Rights, civil liberties, discrimination, DISCRIMINATION ON THE JOB, HARASSMENT, business, ethics, politics, society, news, dishonesty, corporate )

Cal
- 1074 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
An American Indian man has sued NBCUniversal for discrimination and other civil-rights violations two years after he claims fellow workers taunted him with racial remarks and hung a doll representing an Indian girl from a noose over his workspace.
BAD BUSINESS: Santander Bank Admits Dam Funding to Continue
Business  (tags: habitatdestruction, green, native rights, destruction, conservation, environment, ecosystems, humans, world, politics, society, energy, corruption, business, dishonesty, corporate, news, oil, humans, finance, economy, money, ethics )

Cal
- 1114 days ago - survivalinternational.org
Europe's largest bank, Santander, has admitted that its controversial financing of the notorious Santo Antonio dam in the Brazilian Amazon is set to continue, despite earlier saying that its finance had been suspended.
Big Tobacco Rewrites Nebraska Law to Subvert Tribal Sovereignty
Business  (tags: ethics, law, native rights, dishonesty, Big Business, Big Tobacco, rights, usa, society, business, corruption, corporate, economy, news, politics, society, usa, money, law )

Cal
- 1171 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
Tobacco giants Philip Morris and R.J. Reynolds have reportedly been helping the Nebraska attorney general's office revise the state's tobacco legislation, which will crack down on Big Tobacco's competition--sovereign Indian nations and small tobacco manufa
FIGHTING BIG BUSINESS: Mohawks Vow to Stop Nuclear Shipments
Business  (tags: business, corporate, ethics, energy, environment, NATIVE RIGHRTS, native rights, pollution, fIRST NATIONS, politics, government, corruption, society, news, world )

Cal
- 1238 days ago - cbc.ca
Native communities along the St. Lawrence River say they are ready to do whatever is necessary to stop nuclear waste shipments that will pass through their traditional waterways
Report: Rising Land, Food Prices Cause Recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Rights to Stagnate
Business  (tags: society, politics, native rights, government, indigenous peoples rights, business, dishonesty, corporate, corruption, world, money, ethics, economy )

Cal
- 1268 days ago - news.mongabay.com
The report highlights several cases of land-grabbing and violent social conflict. It says governments in some countries have conspired with development interests to undermine rights of communities
BAD BUSINESS: Peru Criticized Over Repsol Working In Tribal Area
Business  (tags: society, news, business, money, oil, politics, native rights, society, government, economy, dishonesty, energy, sustainabledevelopment )

Cal
- 1559 days ago - planetark.org
A human rights group has criticized Peru's government for granting Spanish oil giant Repsol initial approval to build 279 miles of seismic lines and 152 heliports in a portion of the Amazon basin believed to be inhabited by tribes that shun contact with o
BAD BUSINESS: Tobacco Giant Philip Morris Targets Indian Tobacco Industry
Business  (tags: corporate, ethics, dishonesty, society, politics, DISCRIMINATION, NATIVE RIGHTS, native rights, money, economy, business, news, usa )

Cal
- 1559 days ago - indiancountrytoday.com
Tobacco giant Philip Morris is funding an aggressive ad campaign against the Indian tobacco industry, urging the state to collect taxes on cigarettes sold on Indian reservations
   

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