A protest march of indigenous people from Ecuador's Amazon region and the Andean highlands reached the country's capital here Tuesday after an eleven-day walk from the Amazon.

Approaches to integrated landscape management are currently garnering new interest as scientists, policymakers, and local stakeholders recognize the need to increase the multi-functionality of agricultural landscapes for food production, livelihood improvement, and ecosystem conservation. Such approaches have been attempted in many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) but to date there has been no systematic assessment of their characteristics, outcomes, and limitations.

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa on Tuesday accused U.S oil company Chevron of deceiving the country's justice system in a decades-long trial over pollution in the Amazon by seeking to avoid insp

Government says only 359,762 of 756,000 signatures were legitimate, meaning petition fails to trigger national referendum

The powerful Washington law firm Patton Boggs dropped out of an effort to force Chevron to pay a $9.5 billion Ecuadorean pollution judgment on Wednesday, expressing regrets for its involvement in t

The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled in December that Ontario was a proper jurisdiction for the Ecuadorean plaintiffs to press Chevron to pay up, and Chevron wants the Supreme Court of Canada to say t

The Supreme Court of Canada agreed on Thursday to hear an appeal by Chevron Corp of a lower-court decision that said Ecuadorean villagers could pursue in Ontario their $9.51 billion lawsuit for pol

A scathing judgment issued by a U.S.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has decided to grant a Dh22 million (MVR92 million) loan to the Maldives to help clean energy projects undertaken by the government.

Chevron Corp is bringing its enormous resources to bear in a court case in New York in which it has accused a U.S. lawyer of using fraud to win a $19 billion environmental judgment against it.