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Protect Ecuador

We are working to pressurize President Correa of Ecuador to uphold his Constitution signed in 2008, enshrining The Rights Of Nature, and the UN Rights of Indigenous People, to which Ecuador is a signatory.

Ecuador: Correa’s Dilemma

David Dene, from Protect Ecuador, warns that, despite Correa's eco-friendly rhetoric, his insistence on pressing ahead with a big copper mining project will have a catastrophic impact on the Amazon river system.
Una propuesta multi- e interdisciplinaria que conjuga las artes literarias y visuales contemporaneas en el Ecuador.
Cecilia Chérrez explores the contradictions of a government that claims to rule for the people but represses popular movements.

Amazon: Worrying times

Scientists working on a giant research project in the Amazon basin are reaching disturbing conclusions, including the prediction that by the end of this century the Amazon basin could be receivng 40 percent less rainfall and temperatures could have inc
Recent economic woes and increasing protests and strikes are calling into question President Rafael Correa's attempts to win popular support to run again for the presidency in 2017

Ecuador: Correa’s vision

In a wide-ranging interview Rafael Correa, now elected for a third term, speaks in detail of his strategy for combining economic progress with environmental responsibility.
A conciliatory statement from an organisation which has fiercely criticised Correa in the past.
On the eve of Ecuador's presidential elections, Grace Livingstone sends a special report for LAB from Quito with a fascinating insight into how ordinary Ecuadoreans view their leftwing president, Rafael Correa.

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