Centre for World Environmental History

Academia and Activism network


CWEH Activists Blog

We are contributing to promote the cause of indigenous peoples around the globe, highlight issues of human rights, justice, social and gender equality, holistic development, provide an up-to-date report on the regions and people we support and share workshops, conferences, field work and current events.

Zuky Serper - WEH-GIS Analyst and Resident Artist

Zuky Serper is a GIS analyst and resident artist at the Centre for World Environmental History (CWEH) University of Sussex since 2013. His work on world environmental history GIS and art and education participatory practices, is integrated into the activist agenda of the centre, as set by its inspirational founder, environmental historian Richard Grove.

News items, other events and links

A blog from Dr Perpetua Kirby and Dr Rebecca Webb, about their IDCF-SSRP funded research which links with the Centre's work

Landmark jurisdiction case won by Zambian farmers at Supreme Court

Adivasi Hunkar

Vedanta’s land acquisition

Khunti's Tribals Are Blaming the State for Destruction of Their Society and Culture

Adivasi Activists in Jharkhand Charged With Sedition Say Intimidation Tactics at Play

Black Gold in Paradise - Mika Peck, speaks about oil drilling in the Yasuni on Costing the Earth on BBC4

Decoin - Defensa y Conservacion Ecologica de Intag

EJ Atlas - Mapping ecological conflicts and spaces of resistance

Foil Vedanta - an independent grassroots solidarity organization

Mining is in Rapid Fall - People, climate change and future of the industry


Network members protesting against Vedanta in London in May 2016:

Photos: Vedanta protests