Last quote by Victoria Tauli-Corpuz
The Peruvian Government must suspend the direct negotiations with companies until the right to free, prior and informed consent is guaranteed, and all environmental damage has been remedied.feedback
Jul 13 2017
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz has most recently been quoted in an article called Religious, indigenous leaders demand rainforests be saved. Victoria Tauli-Corpuz said, “Forest communities around the world have put their lives on the line to care for the planet's tropical forests. We are nothing without our forests. Our culture, our spirituality, our livelihoods, our incomes and our health are tied to them.”. Victoria Tauli-Corpuz has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 3 articles.
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Quotes by Victoria Tauli-Corpuz
Jun 19 2017
Forest communities around the world have put their lives on the line to care for the planet's tropical forests. We are nothing without our forests. Our culture, our spirituality, our livelihoods, our incomes and our health are tied to them.feedback
Mar 03 2017
I hope that the United States government will at least look at the report and take into account the recommendations that I have done and see how they can implement them. And I hope that the indigenous people will also use the recommendations to push the government to implement them.feedback
Mar 03 2017
From my conversations with people throughout Indian Country, I have learned that many of the complex issues that Native Americans face in the energy development context today are rooted in a long history of land and resource dispossession.feedback
Mar 03 2017
In a show of disregard for treaties and the federal trust responsibility, the Army Corps approved a draft environmental assessment regarding the pipeline that ignored the interests of the tribe. Maps in the draft environmental assessment omitted the reservation, and the draft made no mention of proximity to the reservation or the fact that the pipeline would cross historic treaty lands of a number of tribal nations. In doing so, the draft environmental assessment treated the tribe's interests as non-existent, demonstrating the flawed current process.feedback
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