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1 month ago

thanks Boris

1 month ago

That's fabulous Boris - thanks

1 month ago

Thanks Sherry - that worked - done.

1 month ago

Val, the link works ( if it doesn't function directly, copy and paste it): http://amazonwatch.org/news/2014/0530-brazil-amazon-indians-shot-at-belo-monte-dam-site

1 month ago

Hi Val.

1 month ago

WOlfgang - for some reason the link doesn't work for me - ???

Hi Brenda  and June

1 month ago

thanks Wolfgang

 

THANK YOU!
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1 month ago

Signed petition Wolfgang and read the news. Thank you.

4 months ago

Signed - thanks -

4 months ago

The new one signed. Thank you Wolfgang!

4 months ago

Thank you for taking action to help protect Laísa Santos Sampaio

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5 months ago

Signed! Thank you for sharing!

6 months ago

Signed! 

Thank you Wolfgang! 

more on Amazon Rainforest
6 months ago
Belo Monte Dam, Brasil
11 months ago
Amazon Watch International Rivers AIDA

Recent lawsuits by Brazil’s Federal Public Prosecutors (MPF) concerning the Belo Monte dam are demanding accountability from the dam-building Norte Energia consortium, Brazil’s National Development Bank (BNDE and the state environmental agency IBAMA for noncompliance with mandated mitigation measures concerning the Juruna and Xikrin Kayapó, two indigenous groups affected by the mega-project.

Dam construction begins on the Xingu River. Photo credit: Getty Images

Dam construction begins on the Xingu River. Photo credit: Getty Images

more at:http://ecowatch.com/2013/indigenous-rights-controversies-around-belo-monte-dam/

1 year ago

Gladly signed. Thank you!

1 year ago

Signed with pleasure.

1 year ago

signed and shared, thank you

BELO MONTE, BRASIL
1 year ago

Munduruku leaders

Only two days after the reoccupation of the Belo Monte Dam began, the fate of 170 indigenous people is at stake. Yesterday, the Federal Court in Altamira ordered them to leave by 4 pm today or they would be removed by Federal Police. They responded by tearing up the order and refused to leave by the deadline. Instead, they are standing strong and are demanding that President Dilma’s Chief of Staff, Gilberto Carvalho, come meet with them. Their letter to the Brazilian government is below. Read, share and take urgent action right now!

Here is the link:

http://amazonwatch.org/news/2013/0529-urgent-we-will-die-we-will-not-leave-without-being-heard?utm_source=Amazon+Watch+Newsletter+and+Updates&utm_campaign=9f4104fa85-eoa_bmd_20130530&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e6f929728b-9f4104fa85-340898449