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Latin America Reports: The Podcast
Helena Gualinga is a 17-year-old climate activist from the Sarayaku indigenous community, located deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Having spent two years of her infancy living in the indigenous community, Helena’s activism started at a very young age. Dubbed by some as Ecuador’s Greta Thunberg, Latin America Reports journalist Sophie Foggin spoke to her to find out more.