Underreported: Conservation Refugees

Thursday, June 22, 2006

The biggest threat to the world's indigenous people today may not be logging, mining, or oil drilling. It may be conservation. In some cases, creating a nature preserve means removing indigenous peoples from their homeland. On today’s Underreported, Mark Dowie explains the phenomenon of "Conservation Refugees."
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