Links recentes sobre temas ambientais

Vista aérea da floresta amazônica

6 de dez. de 2013

Aqui podem-se encontrar links sobre temas ambientais, por exemplo a proteção da floresta tropical, o roubo de terras e a caça furtiva em inglês. Além de artigos da “New York Times” e outros jornais internacionais também pode-se ler reportagens atuais de diferentes fontes.

22 de Março de 2014

Ecocide in Guatemala: Call for international solidarity

20 de Março de 2014

Battle over Essar-led project reflects India's new mining pains

17 de Março de 2014

Nasa-funded study warns of ‘collapse of civilisation’ in coming decades

16 de Março de 2014

Glencore Xstrata should avoid corruption and criminal projects like PORTO SUL, says Brazilian group

14 de Março de 2014

Indonesian politician gets 14 years for illegal logging permits

11 de Março de 2014

Tell Wall Street stop foreclosing on forests!

Mega-Dams Create Economic Disaster Says Top Study

4 de Março de 2014

Africa: Tackling Illegal Logging Should Be a Yearly Event

Far-Reaching Impact of US $19 Billion Illicit Trade

More Than 10,000 Smuggeld Animals in Thailand

3 de Março de 2014

Tanzania: Germans Appeal to Kikwete

2 de Março de 2014

Taste of Bitterness of Oil Palm

1 de Março de 2014

Ghana: Forestry Commission Marks World Wild Life Day

28 de Fevereiro de 2014

Senegal: Murky International Conglomerate Threatens Land Rights, Food Security, and Wetland Preserve

21 Fevereiro de 2014

Liberia: Sinoe complains GVL to Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil
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18 de Fevereiro de 2014

Ghana hopes G8 New Alliance will end long history of food insecurity

14 de Fevereiro de 2014

Karuturi, the iconic landgrabber, flops

10 Fevereiro de 2014

FGV denies report on land sale talks with Tadmax

Uniting to End the Scourge of Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

New WildLeaks Website Invites Whistle-Blowers on Wildlife Crime

9 Fevereiro de 2014

Cambodian communities submit complaint to World Bank over bankrolling of Vietnamese rubber giant behind land grabs and human rights abuse

6 Fevereiro de 2014

Drought, fire reducing ability of Amazon rainforest to store carbon

REDD+ could fail without near-term financial support

10 Fevereiro de 2014

20 million people face hunger in Africa's Sahel region

How hunters have become key to saving Bulgaria's capercaillie

1 de Fevereiro de 2014

Chops and robbers

31 de Janeiro de 2014

Africa: Conservation Dilemmas

Debate: Should ivory stockpiles be destroyed?

28 de Janeiro de 2014

The future’s not bright: Low-level air pollution leads to drop in wildflower populations say Manchester scientists

20 de Janeiro de 2014

Land grabbing: The real cost of buying cheap

9 de Janeiro de 2014

BBC: Honeybee shortage threatens crop pollination in Europe

7 de Janeiro de 2014

Guardian: Honduras and the dirty war fuelled by the west's drive for clean energy
The palm oil magnates are growing ever more trees for use in biofuels and carbon trading. But what happens to the subsistence farmers who live on the lucrative land?

Los Angeles Times: Colombia law fails to put land back in farmers' hands,0,1434880.story#ixzz2phqjpRWA

11 de Dezembro de 2013

globalpost: Kenyan rangers kill 2 poachers, recover ivory trophies

BBC: Biofuel suspected in probe into diesel breakdowns

10 de Dezembro de 2013

Corp Watch: Police Attack Palm Oil Protestors in Sierra Leone

Grain: Stolen land: Nigerian villagers want their forest back from Wilmar

8 de Dezembro de 2013 Mozambique: Farmers in Mozambique Fear Brazilian-Style Agriculture

4 de Dezembro de 2013

BBC News: Colombian farmers protest against agricultural policies

2 de Dezembro de 2013

Mongabay: Palm oil company Bumitama under fire for clearing rainforest, endangering orangutans

30 de Novembro de 2013

Think Progress: 41 Scientists Warn Obama Admin Against Burning Trees To Produce Electricity

28 de Novembro de 2013

Hetq: Dangerous Monkey Business: Armenia’s Links to the Illegal Trafficking of Endangered Species’s-links-to-the-illegal-trafficking-of-endangered-species.html

Jakarta Post: Your letters: Deforestation is never temporary

BBC: Viewpoint: Why Burma's forests must be preserved

Redd-monitor: Anglo-Capital Partners: Another carbon credit boiler room bites the dust

globalpost: Greenpeace urges Indonesian palm oil producers to stick with zero deforestation commitment

Daily News Tanzania: Tanzania calls for urgent action on ivory stockpile

27 de Novembro de 2013

IOL: Forty vultures killed in mass poisoning

Farmlandgrab: Land grab: Foreign firms drive Cambodians from farms

The Phnom Penh Post: Animal trade down?

Zim Eye: National Parks Burning Numerous Elephants’ Carc in Hwange”

The Telegraph: Dust to Dust: a man-made Malthusian crisis

Jacaranda fm: First time rhino, ivory products returned: Hawks

Zeenews: Bonobo's hurtling towards extinction

Allafrica: Tanzania: Stop This Sham Fight Against Elephant Poaching

Eco-Business: In pictures: forest clearing by the Tanjung Puting National Park

26 de Novembro de 2013

Bloomberg: Ethiopia’s farm investment plans falter on flood plain

Reuters: Cameroon permits trimmed palm oil project by US firm Herakles

Nature: Nations fight back on ivory

Bangalore Mirror: Elephant patrol to prevent poachers at tiger reserves

The courier: Forth Energy still undecided on pursuit of biomass plan

Reuters: CORRECTED- Cameroon permits trimmed palm oil project by US firm Herakles

25 de Novembro de 2013

The Jakarta Post: NGO question mapping of palm oil plantations in RI

Reuters: Jenaan changes Egypt strategy to wheat for local market

ABC: US farming investors look to West Australia for land purchases

International Animal Rescue: Rescue centre in Indonesia works round the clock to care for huge haul of endangered primates confiscated from smugglers

ABC Radio Australia: New UN campaign shines light on illicit wildlife trade

allAfrica: Zimbabwe: Five Elephant Poachers Jailed

24 de Novembro de 2013

New Straits Times: On the trail of wildlife smugglers

PRLog: Sea Turtle Eggs Trades in East Borneo

The Jakarta Post: 22 Ketapang orangutans 
rescued in 2013

23 de Novembro de 2013

West Australian: China reaps rewards of farm plunge

Aliran: Sarawak indigenous communities launch campaign against land grabbing

Energy Justice Network: Biomass Thermal: The Logs That Break the Forest’s Back [The Biomass Monitor]’s-back-biomass-monitor

22 de Novembro de 2013

The New York Times: The Year the Monarch Didn’t Appear

redd-monitor: No to Biodiversity Offsetting

Friends of the Earth Europe: Financiers of palm oil must stop deforestation and illegal activity

Mongabay: Greenpeace photos expose palm oil giant's deforestation in Indonesia

The Independent: Malaysia's notorious 'Lizard King' Anson Wong is back in business - to dismay of wildlife campaigners

livescience: 7 Iconic Animals Humans Are Driving to Extinction

The new age: Rhino poaching nearly outpaces births

21 de Novembro de 2013

La Via Campesina: The global struggle for peasants seeds : a struggle for our future

EurActive: Report: Illegally produced palm oil is financed by European banks

FOE: Financiers of palm oil must stop deforestation and illegal activity