The Grayzone presents part three of a series by Oscar Leon on Ecuador’s indigenous resistance.
Threatened by lawsuits and standing in the way of billions of dollars worth of raw material deemed necessary to drive the “green” renewable energy transition, an indigenous family is defending their rainforest, while a multinational mining company and the Ecuadorian government find ways to circumvent constitutionally enshrined indigenous rights.
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