Aug 182010
 

Source: International Press Service By Edgardo Ayala Adverse climatic conditions and weather-related disasters are damaging crops in El Salvador and neighbouring countries in Central America, aggravating the food vulnerability that the region already faces. In late 2009, for the first time ever, Guatemala was included on a worldwide list of countries in crisis requiring external […]

Aug 182010
 

Extracto del reporte Azúcar Roja, Desiertos Verdes. Informe Latinoamericano sobre monocultivos y violaciones al derecho a la alimentación y vivienda adecuadas, el agua, la tierra y el territorio. 2009 Articulo de Ricardo Navarro, Centro Savadoreño de Tecnología Apropiada (CESTA), Amigos de la Tierra El Salvador http://www.cesta-foe.org/ Documento completo aquí Los climas del planeta están cambiando. […]

Jul 292010
 

Excerpt from Gender Toolkit for International  Finance-Watchers  Produced by: Gender Action Anna Rooke, Programs Coordinator Mande Limbu, Programs Director Full document here “Women are the most vulnerable and the best poised to curb the effect of climate change.” (WEDO 2007) The IFIs and commercial banks, through continuous investments in fossil-fuels, increase greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions […]

Jul 292010
 

Excerpt from Doubling the Damage: World Bank Climate Investment Funds Undermine Climate and Gender Justice This paper was prepared by: Anna Rooke, Programs Coordinator, Gender Action With contributions from: Elaine Zuckerman, President, Gender Action and Liane Schalatek, Associate Director, Heinrich Böll Foundation North America With Financial Support From: Heinrich Böll Foundation North America Full document […]

Jul 212010
 

 Fuente: Marcha Mundial de las Mujeres Vivimos el final del planeta, es el capitalismo desde sus orígenes y su actual modelo neoliberal quienes nos llevan hacia esa hecatombe mundial, la degradación ambiental y la experimentación genética en la mayoría de veces letal para el ser humano, la emisión de gases de efecto invernadero, el uso […]

Jul 152010
 

Source: Zcomunications.org By Esther Vivas The current food model is from top to bottom subject to a high company concentration, being monopolized by a series of transnational agribusiness interests that place their own economic interests above the good of the public and the community. Today, the food system no longer responds to the nutritional needs […]

Jul 152010
 

Souorce: Inter Press Service By Mario Osava ALTAMIRA, Brazil, Jul 1, 2010 (IPS) – “There will be two years of abundance, and then famine,” says Brazilian indigenous leader José Carlos Arara, laying bare his opinion of the promises that the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam will not alter the living conditions of the people in this […]

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