Grupo André Maggi

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9 March 2009

Brazil: Series of dams on Madeira river threaten "ecological ruin, displacement of indigenous"

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9 March 2009

Integration and the Environment on the Rio Madeira [Brazil]

Author: Simón Farabundo Ríos, NACLA

At the recent World Social Forum held in Brazil, a group of 27 organizations issued a manifesto opposing the local government's construction of the Madeira Dam Complex in the Amazon… The environmental impact of the project would extend over nearly a...

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17 April 2007

New wave of dam building threatens Amazon Indians [Brazil]

Author: Survival International

As Brazil celebrates its national ‘Day of the Indian’ on 19 April, a new wave of dam building in the Brazilian Amazon is threatening the lives of remote Indian tribes. Six tribes, including the isolated Enawene Nawe, face the prospect of up to 11 dams...

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27 March 2007
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Author: Greenpeace France

L'agence de l'environnement brésilienne (IBAMA) a ordonné la fermeture du terminal fluvial du géant du soja américain Cargill... le temps de mener une étude d'impact environnemental...aboutissement d'une longue procédure judiciaire...La production de...

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26 March 2007

Greens hail landmark victory in fight to save Amazon rainforests [Brazil]

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1 April 2006

Greenpeace stages protests against KFC & Cargill for the deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon

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1 April 2006

[PDF] full report: "Eating up the Amazon"

Author: Greenpeace

Since...2003, nearly 70,000km2 of the Amazon rainforest has been destroyed....In 2004–05 around 1.2 million hectares of soya...was planted in the...rainforest. It is well documented that slave labour is used to clear forest for agriculture....Up to 75...

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