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"Please, No More Delays, No More Excuses!": Filipino Climate Chief Yeb Sano Begins Hunger Fast to Protest Global Inaction
Environment  (tags: climate change, havoc, TyphoonHaiyan, Philippines, devastation, death, food, , shelter, UN climate summit, Warsaw, Poland, Filipino Climate Chief, Naderev "Yeb" Sano, hunger fast, solidarity, protest, meaningful outcome, global climate inaction )

LucyKalei
- 405 days ago - democracynow.org
Typhoon Haiyan devastation cast gloom @start UN COP19 climate talks: Filipino delegation head broke down in tears & declared he'd fast till "meaningful outcome in sight" in solidarity wi countrymen now struggling for food. Videos Yeb Sano speeches on DN!
Defending Indigenous Rights Against Dam Project in Panama
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world, politics, society )

Cal
- 476 days ago - ecowatch.com
Civil society organizations filed an amicus brief last week in Panama's Supreme Court of Justice in support of a challenge by indigenous people to the environmental review of the Barro Blanco hydroelectric dam.
Eight Hottest Environmental Battlegrounds in Indian Country
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world )

Cal
- 479 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
Corporate interests have been gobbling up indigenous land and rights since contact more than 500 years ago. Today, American Indians are still fighting to maintain their stewardship and the integrity of the land
Ivory Coast Forest Clearances Threaten Cocoa Exports, Human Rights
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world, politics, society )

Cal
- 539 days ago - uk.reuters.com
The Ivory Coast is clearing tens of thousands of cocoa farmers from protected forests, threatening exports from the world's top grower and leading to complaints about human rights abuses.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Protect Papua New Guinea Indigenous Cave-Dwellers From Rainforest Destroying Mafia
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world, politics, society )

Cal
- 582 days ago - ecologicalinternet.org
Notorious Malaysian illegal loggers Rimbunan Hijau have diversified into mining in primary rainforests, in East Sepik threatening unique nomadic cave-dwellers and their 20,000 year old ancient stenciled cave art. Support the local resistance and demand an
Typhoon to Hit Philippines on Tuesday, Forecasters Say
Environment  (tags: typhoon, philippines, storm )

Nancy
- 1625 days ago - edition.cnn.com
Tropical Storm Conson was producing 69 mph (111 kph) winds Monday. But the wind was forecast to pick up to 86 mph (139 kph), turning Conson into a typhoon. A typhoon of this size is similar to a Category 2 hurricane.
20,000 Evacuated as Philippine Volcano Oozes Lava - Asia-Pacific - Msnbc.Com
Environment  (tags: destruction, ecosystems, endangered, environment, forests, habitatdestruction, humans, nature, suffering, trees, wildlife, world, philippines, volcano, lava )

PinkMindy
- 1833 days ago - msnbc.msn.com
MANILA, Philippines - Authorities moved thousands of villagers from harm's way near the Philippines' most active volcano Tuesday after it oozed lava and shot plumes of ash, and said they probably would spend a bleak Christmas in an evacuation center.
4th Typhoon in Month Lashes Philippines; 7 Killed
Environment  (tags: 4th typhoon, philippines, nature, weather, death )

Lone
- 1880 days ago - sacbee.com
MANILA, Philippines -- A typhoon battered the Philippine capital and surrounding provinces still reeling from recent flooding, sending residents of one town clambering onto rooftops Saturday to escape rising waters. Seven people died and at least five
   

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