S. Todd Crider—Partner at Simpson Thacher and Vice-chair of Rainforest Foundation US’s Board of Directors—helps secure a commitment from the Peruvian government to improve land titling, environmental remediation, and basic services for indigenous communities in the Amazon rainforest.
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Activists around the world are being killed in record numbers as they defend their lands against increased competition over natural resources.
Rainforest Foundation US’s sister organization in the United Kingdom unveils a new strategy for combatting illegal invasions on indigenous peoples’ lands.
The Caribbean Court of Appeals rules in favor of Maya land rights, forcing Belize’s government to demarcate and register the Maya territory.
Rainforest Foundation US accompanies the Harakbut people as they rediscover a lost sacred monument.
57 indigenous defendants will stand trial for defending their land rights in a series of protests that ended in a clash with police.
In 2009, the governments of Norway and Guyana struck a deal aimed at reducing deforestation across Guyana. Rainforest Foundation US and our partners weigh in on the deal’s progress.