Aug 242010
 

Video by Insight This film was created by members of various indigenous communities in the Cordillera region of the Philippines, during a Participatory Video project facilitated by Insight. This is one of several films made by indigenous communities around the world as they track the local impacts of climate change. For more information please visit […]

Aug 192010
 

Excerpt from Guatemala’s Indigenous Women in Resistance: On the Frontline of the Community’s Struggle to Defend Mother Earth and her Natural Assets 2010 Authors: María Giovanna Teijido and Wiebke Schramm, Peace Brigades International Full Report here This report attempts to follow up on another one published by PBI in 2006 on the impacts of mining operations […]

Aug 192010
 

Video: Amazonia For Sale By the Organisation for the Development of the Border Communities of Cenepa (ODECOFROC), International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA), and ORE www.oremedia.org “The Awajun people have inhabited the Amazon rainforest since time immemorial, living in harmony with – and respectful of – nature. This ecological balance is now being threatened […]

Aug 182010
 

Excerpt from: Our climate, our children, our responsibility The implications of climate change for the world’s children. 2008 By Unicef Full Report here Climate change is a global issue. Addressing it is a shared responsibility. Yet it is increasingly apparent that the world’s poorest countries and most vulnerable people will bear the brunt of climate change. […]

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. […]

Aug 182010
 

Source: Habitat International Coalition: América Latina La publicación “Azúcar Rojo, Desiertos Verdes. Informe Latinoamericano sobre monocultivos y violaciones al derecho a la alimentación y vivienda adecuadas, el agua, la tierra y el territorio”, coordinada por FIAN (FoodFirst Information & Action Network), HIC-AL (Coalición Internacional para el Hábitat, Oficina para América Latina) y Solidaridad Suecia-América Latina […]

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