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August 22, 2023 • Colombia, Japan, Kenya, Nevada, Norway, Peru, TanzaniaPrint storyE-mail story

Transition to “clean energy” is hurting Indigenous communities

When Francisco Calí Tzay, the United Nations special rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous peoples, spoke at the 22nd United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, or UNPFII, last week, he listed clean energy projects as some of the most concerning threats to their rights. “I constantly receive information that Indigenous Peoples fear a new wave of green investments without recognition of their land tenure, management, and knowledge,” said Calí Tzay. His statements – and those made by other delegates – at . . . Complete story »


April 22, 2008 • TanzaniaPrint storyE-mail story

Wind of change blows in Tanzania

A group of villagers gather at the local bicycle repair shop at Njiapanda, a dusty roadside hamlet on the rift valley in Singida region in central Tanzania, to marvel at magazine pictures of massive electricity-generating wind turbines. They have never seen anything like this before and are clearly impressed. They will soon find out exactly what the turbines are like. In a matter of months, 24 of these 100m-plus-high power generators will be erected next to their homes, as part . . . Complete story »


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