Global Justice Ecology Project
Posted on April 22, 2014 by GJEP staff
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Chiapas, Mexico: From Living in the jungle to ‘existing’ in “little houses made of ticky-tacky…”
All photos by Orin Langelle, Global Justice Ecology Project
Photo Caption: Young girls play in Amador Hernandez, an Indigenous community in the Lacandon Jungle of Chiapas, Mexico. Photo: Langelle/GJEP
Category: Carbon Markets / Carbon Offsets, Concerned Photography, Forests, Latin America, REDD, Zapatistas / Chiapas / Mexico Tags: Carbon markets, carbon offsets, Chiapas, forest, Lacandon jungle, latin america, mexico, photo essay, photography, REDD, zapatistas
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