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Nahua Say No to Gas Consortium in Their Territory

David Hill | Posted 10.05.2013 | World
David Hill

Members of the Nahua people living within a reserve for indigenous peoples in 'initial contact' and 'voluntary isolation' in the Peruvian Amazon say they will refuse to allow a gas consortium led by Pluspetrol to operate in their territory.

Does Peru Care More About Parks Than People?

David Hill | Posted 09.07.2013 | World
David Hill

Does Peru care more about parks than people? If SERNANP endorses Pluspetrol's expansion deeper into the KNNR, the answer could be yes.

Peru Set to Ignore UN Plea to Suspend Amazon Gas Expansion

David Hill | Posted 09.02.2013 | World
David Hill

The Camisea gas project, as it is known, is superimposed over a supposedly "intangible" reserve established to protect the land, rights and lives of indigenous peoples living in "voluntary isolation" and "initial contact" who could be decimated by any kind of contact.

Peru's New Gas Plans Spark Fears for 'Isolated Peoples' in the Amazon

David Hill | Posted 01.27.2013 | World
David Hill

Plans by Peru's government and a consortium led by Argentinian company Pluspetrol to expand gas operations in the Camisea region in the Peruvian Amazon have sparked fears they will endanger the 'physical and cultural survival' of indigenous peoples living in 'voluntary isolation.'