Blood in bio-ethanol: how indigenous peoples’ lives are being destroyed by global agribusiness in Brazil

Written by Fois Francesca and Montenegro Machado and published in The Conversation, 30/08/2018. For more than half a century, the indigenous Kaiowá and Guarani people of Brazil have been deprived of their ancestral lands, and consigned to small reserves where it is impossible to maintain their traditional livelihoods. Generations of these indigenous peoples’ lives have been marked by […]

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