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Artigo
19 December 2001
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Autor: International Metalworkers' Federation

The donations are used to support street children projects, primarily in regions with VW sites, and the organisation "Terre des Hommes" advises on, looks after and carries out the projects, which run over a relatively long time span and require more...

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Artigo
11 December 2001
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Autor: Greenpeace

As the debate about genetic contamination of Mexican varieties of corn has heightened, Greenpeace along with a number of other Mexican environment and farming groups has begun a formal complaint process against the Mexican government to seek an...

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Artigo
5 December 2001
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Autor: Associated Press

...Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources Victor Lichtinger...blamed the problem on expansion of farmland and grazing areas, and to a lesser degree, on illegal logging.

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História
1 December 2001
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Artigo
1 December 2001
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Autor: Fern

[refers to countries including Indonesia, Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Kenya, Nigeria, Colombia, Chile, Honduras, Venezuela, Brazil, USA; refers to companies including Tanjung Lingga, London Sumatra, TVI, Rio Tinto, Daishowa Logging, RAPP, April, UPM...

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Artigo
30 November 2001
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Autor: Reuters

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Artigo
30 November 2001
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Autor: AFL-CIO

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Artigo
13 November 2001
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Autor: Environment News Service

The city of Chicago and Mexico City are joining the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), a voluntary market for trading emissions of greenhouse gases which are linked to global warming.

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Artigo
12 November 2001
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Autor: Elizabeth Fullerton, Reuters

Two Mexican peasant ecologists freed from jail this week by a presidential pardon vowed on the weekend to continue their fight to protect the environment despite death threats from powerful interest groups.

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Artigo
9 November 2001
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Autor: Kieran Murray, Reuters

Mexican President Vicente Fox freed two prominent environmentalists from prison yesterday amid widespread allegations that they had been tortured into signing false confessions on bogus charges. Rodolfo Montiel and Teodoro Cabrera had led protests...

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