Their faces: defenders on the frontline
Meet the brave men and women standing up for their land and our environment in the face of violence and threats.
Honduras: the deadliest country in the world for environmental activism
More than 120 people have been killed in Honduras since 2010 for standing up to companies that grab land and trash the environment
How Many More?
New report shows killings of environmental activists are increasing, with indigenous communities hardest hit.
Honduras: A farce in three acts
Poor governance in forest management in Honduras is threatening Río Plátano, the country’s largest protected area and a UNESCO-accredited Man and the Biosphere Reserve, and jeopardising the livelihoods of local communities.
When Manuel Zelaya was sworn in as Honduran President in 2006, he promised he would bring an end to the illegal logging that ravaged the country. Read more