Juan G. Auz is an Ecuadorian attorney who specializes in environmental law and human rights. He is the legal advisor for Fundación Pachamama and Terra Mater and a guest researcher at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.
Legal empowerment allows indigenous Ecuadoreans to fight multinationals
Activism against environmental exploitation in Ecuador requires going up against titanic powers, and legal empowerment has helped indigenous groups do just that.
Why is the Inter-American Human Rights System lagging on climate change?
The Inter-American Human Rights System is an important tool for Latin American human rights defenders, but why are the Court and the Commission lagging behind on ...