Aug 20, 2018 Last Updated 4:06 AM, Aug 20, 2018

Indigenous Rights

Fighting to survive

Fighting to survive

A small community in Southeast Sulawesi is engaged in an ongoing quest for recognition of its right to live on its ancestral land

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Tangguh goes onstream

Tangguh goes onstream

BP’s massive LNG project is due to begin operations in late 2008, despite social and environmental costs

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Trees or people?

The interests of local people aren’t served by keeping them out of national parks

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Who benefits?

For the Forest Tobelo people, regional autonomy is a mixed blessing

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