Take action now! Send a letter urging President Correa to respect indigenous rights and the rights of nature.
by Amazon Watch
The Ecuadorian government's recent launch of a bidding round for 16 new oil blocks in southeastern Ecuador is one of the greatest threats to some of the last remaining tracts of primary forest in the Amazon. The oil blocks, covering nearly 10 million acres of virgin rainforest, are poised to
The practice of killing burros by such cruel methods with such ignorant believes need to stop immediately in Ecuador, and the government must make sure to pass and reinforce laws protecting such animals as the burro.
I have just been accepted to be a volunteer for WorldTeach, a non-profit organization through Harvard that places volunteers as teachers in under-resourced schools in the developing world. I will be traveling to Ecuador June 20th to August 20th to teach English in an
I have been with Amazon Watch for 5 years now. There's no other group doing the work we are doing to support indigenous communities and indigenous rights in the Amazon basin and challenge those hell bent on destroying this precious resource, upon which we all depend. I know you support our work and
The Ecuadent Foundation needs your help to purchase a new sterilizer and other equipment and tools for their medical and dental missions in Ecuador. The next mission will be this coming February and they need the sterilizer before they leave! These machines alone cost over $3500.00!!!! The medical
by Amazon Watch
Dear Cause Supporters, Amazon Watch pulled out all the stops to make a powerful and meaningful impact this year – with your help we achieved pivotal victories with our indigenous partners. New precedents for indigenous rights were set in Ecuador, oil companies abandoned efforts to drill in the