India listens – after a worldwide outcry

India’s government has promised to crack down on ‘human safaris’ on the Andaman Islands after video footage emerged of Jarawa women being ordered to dance in exchange for food. We first exposed the scandal in 2010, but an undercover audio tape proves that the tours are still going on.

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as long as the ‘carriers’ owner of the land as well are alright.

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The Yamal Peninsula in northern Siberia: a land of permafrost and rivers on the Arctic shores of the Kara Sea. It has been home to the nomadic reindeer-herding Nenet people for millennia. Today, the Nenet face a double threat to their migratory ways of life: from climate change and resource extraction.

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