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Primeiras E Segundas Along Mozambique's Coast, a New Sanctuary Offers Opportunities for People, the Economy and Wildlife
World  (tags: society, world, humanrights, interesting, government, goodnews, GoodNews, ethics, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', africa, freedoms, HumanRights, conservation, ecosystems, environment, habitat, green, Sustainabililty )

JL
- 279 days ago - worldwildlife.org
In 2012, Mozambique created a protected area that includes cultivated farmland, coastal forests, estuaries, mangroves, seagrass beds, resilient coral reefs & nutrient-rich deep sea waters--and that feeds &d provides livelihoods to more than 340,000 people
Killings of Brazil's Indigenous Indians Highlight Tensions of Land Disputes
World  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, Brazil, Big Ag, power struggle, businesss interests, government, world )

Cal
- 440 days ago - theguardian.com
Brazilian government accused of pandering to agro-business lobby rather than reallocating areas to indigenous peoples
TAKE ACTION NOW! Save Australia's Aboriginal Cultural Heritage
World  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, Australia, aborigines, government, world )

Cal
- 458 days ago - avaaz.org
The Australian Federal Government has released the 'Mineral and Energy Exploation Inquiry Productivity Commission Draft Report' which recommends that the The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Protection Act 1984 (The ATSHIP Act) be repealed.
Brazilian Indians Block Railway Over Health Chaos
World  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world )

Cal
- 469 days ago - survivalinternational.org
The Carajás railway threatens the health and livelihood of Earth's most threatened tribe.
Brazil: Protestors Call on President to Uphold Indigenous Rights 1
World  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world )

Cal
- 475 days ago - survivalinternational.org
As demonstrators continue to flood Brazil's streets, Brazilian Indians have joined protestors in calling for an end to the onslaught on indigenous rights by the government.
BOTSWANA: Bushmen Face Imminent Eviction for 'Wildlife Corridor'
World  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world, politics, society )

Cal
- 510 days ago - survivalinternational.org
Survival International has received disturbing reports about an imminent eviction of several hundred Bushmen in southern Botswana to make way for a 'wildlife corridor'.
Canadian Oil Company Threatens the Survival of Peru's 'Jaguar People'
World  (tags: ecosystems, indigenous rightrs, native rights, palm oil, Philippines, world, destruction, nature, protection, humans, politics, green, government, world, politics, society )

Cal
- 528 days ago - theecologist.org
The Peruvian Government is yet again failing to protect the rights of its Indigenous citizens, and if history is anything to go by it is no wonder that the Matses tribe fear for themselves and other nearby tribal peoples
Assessing China's Commitment to Greening Its Overseas Finance, One Year Later
World  (tags: environment, green, world, china, government, ethics )

JL
- 574 days ago - foe.org
How green can China be? Can China hold true to its commitment to sustainably financing overseas investments by requiring banks to consider international environmental standards when making loans?
Malaysia's Green Movement Goes Political
World  (tags: world, politics, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', green, environment, freedoms, government, news )

Cal
- 822 days ago - ipsnews.net
Hopes for reform as a new movement emerges,
World Water Day 2012. The World Walks for Water & Sanitation. Join The Walk!! GET INVOLVED!
World  (tags: humanrights, africa, asia, children, water, world water day, eco-friendly, food, healthy, health, green, greenliving, greenproducts, organic, environment, sanitation )

Jim
- 945 days ago - worldwalksforwater.org
The World Walks for Water and Sanitation is a global event demanding action to address the world's largest crisis - water and sanitation. From 17 to 25 March 2012, thousands of people will walk together to demand political change. And you can take part
AFRICA: Drought in Sahel Affects Urban Cameroonians
World  (tags: weather, climate-change, green, humans, ecosystems, environment, water, world, politics, freedoms, Refugees&Relief, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', africa )

Cal
- 966 days ago - ipsnews.net
Rural populations throughout the region have started to run out of food since early February, six months before the next harvest is expected. And all governments in the Sahel, except for Senegal, have appealed for international assistance as 12 million p
GMO's Move Out
World  (tags: BASF, GMOs, world, Europe, Good News, green, farming )

Nancy
- 996 days ago - counterpunch.org
This week BASF announced that it is moving its GMOs out of Europe. Will the English-speaking media lose its nerve and write about it? Based on past experience, my wager goes to the habitual policy of silence, and I expect that the news will continue all
Anti-Nuclear Movement Growing in Asia
World  (tags: world, green, eco-friendly, activists, society )

Cal
- 1000 days ago - csmonitor.com
Though nuclear power still has a strong foothold in Asia, anti-nuclear sentiment and protest are growing from Mongolia to South Korea to Taiwan and even - in modest ways - in China.
THE PERILS OF HAMAS: In Gaza, It's Not Easy Being Green
World  (tags: green, eco-friendly, politics, agitprop, Hamas, abuse, manipulation, conflict, news, middle-east, government, world, freedoms, politics, energy, green, world, nature )

Cal
- 1527 days ago - globalpost.com
Hamas, seeking to portray Gaza as undeveloped, stifles green projects-- Hamas, is crushing green initiatives that might contradict the group's message that Palestinians here are suffering because of an Israeli blockade of good
 

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