Eduardo Campos Lima holds a degree in journalism and a doctorate in literature from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Between 2016 and 2017, he was a Fulbright visiting research student at Columbia University. He has written for major news outlets, such as Reuters and the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.

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Brazil's bishops raise their voices against mining on Indigenous land

The damage from mining projects in Brazil goes beyond deforestation, the country's bishops say. The effects include death from disease and higher rates of murder and sexual assault.

With war in Ukraine, refugees from war in Mozambique feel forgotten

For the hundreds of thousands who have been displaced by five years of fighting between the Mozambique government and Islamic insurgents, effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine are only making things worse.

As the Amazon loses resilience, church and popular movements strive to intervene

A new study shows that the Amazon rainforest has been losing its capacity to recover from ecological harm over the past two decades — but researchers say it's still possible to avoid irreparable damage.

Catholic bishops in Angola emerge as fearless critics of country's ruling party

As the southern African nation of Angola looks toward elections later this year, civic leaders, including Catholic officials, have expressed concern that the vote could be manipulated to keep the ruling party in power.

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