Panama Village of the Damned

April 14, 2012 in Sociología del Medio Ambiente, Sociología Pública by Sascha

In Panamá the indigenous people have a struggle for their own rights on the land, the cause is the interest of Dams projects begining to flooding their house and the traditional ways of live. The special laws for the indigenous people in Panamá directly in the reserve Ngobe Bugle, have been violated by the continue growth of the economic development. The report from Glen Ellis and Guido Bilboa show other perspective, very different from traditional media.

In Panamá the indigenous people represent the 10% of the population of the country, their vision about the nature and conserve was very important to preserve green areas. They born like ecologist.

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