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Media Type: Article - Recent
Date of Publication: August 8
Year of Publication: 2020
Publication City: London, UK
Publisher: Guardian News & Media Limited
Author(s): Hannah Ellis-Petersen
Over the past decade, Umeshwar Singh Amra has witnessed his homeland descend into a battleground. The war being waged in Hasdeo Arand, a rich and biodiverse Indian forest, has pitted indigenous people, ancient trees, elephants and sloth bears against the might of bulldozers, trucks and hydraulic jacks, fighting with a single purpose: the extraction of coal.
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