The fishing village of Prainha do Canto Verde in Brazil successfully resisted mass tourism 30 years ago. Today, illegal land sales, climate change and offshore wind farms make survival difficult. We have been documenting successes and setbacks since 1986.
What happened to the once proud rulers of the South American steppes and forests?
Latin America is drowning in his waste. The state usually fails miserably, yet resourceful citizens step into the breach.
What do indigenous people have to say to us and how can we learn from each other?
Water is a strategic resource.
In South America, violent conflicts flared up over the use of water, but also new models emerged.
The VRAEM valley is the drug emporium of Peru. A look behind the scenes of a dark business.
Sandra Weiss and Charlotte Eichhorn have been investigating these questions for decades.
Their reports accompany the losers of globalisation and present a thoughtful plea to our Western civilisation.