Green: at what price?
‘Green: at what price?’ not only highlights the plight of Ugandan villagers, but reveals a vital scenario playing out across Africa and around the globe.
Whose sky is it anyway? U.S. drone case tests rights to air space
"We are in an interesting time now when technology has surpassed the law,"
FEATURE-Forced evictions leave Roma children vulnerable in France, say campaigners
Forced evictions in Paris suburb are part of wider discrimination against France's Roma minority, whose status is more precarious in atmosphere of xenophobia
Myanmar: The Next Great Land Tenure Reform?
Could the newly democratic nation become Asia's sixth development success story?
Cambodia sentences four rights activists to six months in prison
Seizure of land for development is a major cause of protests in Cambodia and other countries in the region
Indigenous people in eastern India protest law changes that threaten their land
State government has proposed amendments to two pieces of legislation to allow it to buy up protected tribal land to lease to investors for non-agricultural purposes
International court to prosecute environmental crimes in major shift
Campaigners and human rights lawyers said the move reflects increasing global recognition of the severity of environmental crime
Ethiopian runner who made protest gesture in Rio wants to stay in U.S.
Feyisa Lilesa said his crossed arm gesture at the Olympic marathon was in support of members of his Oromo tribe who have been protesting against plans to reallocate farmland
Communities take charge in Scotland's land reform 'revolution'
Scotland has the least equitable property ownership in western Europe, with half of the country's land owned by fewer than 500 people
Indian state pulls petition blocking tribal challenge to power projects
The petition said that indigenous people were unskilled and incapable of taking informed decisions on technical matters