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Deforestación vs. Pueblos Indígenas – II« Lo que los blancos llaman ‘la protección de la Naturaleza’ somos en realidad nosotros, la gente del bosque, los que hemos vivido al amparo de sus árboles desde el principio de los tiempos »

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro:
Pistas de aterrizaje ilegales llevan oro tóxico a tierras indígenas Yanomami en Brasil «?Tenemos amistad por el bosque porque sabemos que los espíritus del bosque son los verdaderos dueños del mismo. Sin embargo, las mentes de los buscadores de oro y los ganaderos son seres malignos. Los blancos solo…

Amazônia registra recorde de desmatamento no primeiro semestre de 2022! — — Barbara Crane Navarro

É a maior área desmatada nos primeiros seis meses do ano desde o início da série histórica: 3.988 km². Acumulado do primeiro semestre é o mais alto já registrado: 80% maior que a média do mesmo período desde 2018 O desmatamento na Amazônia registrou recorde nos seis primeiros meses de 2022. O acumulado de janeiro […] […]Continue reading “Amazônia registra recorde de desmatamento no primeiro semestre de 2022! — — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Palm oil industry lobbying and greenwashing is like Big Tobacco – World Health Organisation (WHO) Bulletin — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro

What does the $60 billion USD palm oil industry have in common with Big Tobacco? A lot according to this report by the World Health Organisation. Palm oil industry lobbying tactics are used to influence research into the health impacts of palm oil and also to influence consumer buying habits. The dire health and environmental […]Continue reading “Palm oil industry lobbying and greenwashing is like Big Tobacco – World Health Organisation (WHO) Bulletin — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro”

How Animals Are Rapidly Evolving Because of Climate Change | WIRED — msamba

Squids are shrinking, birds are migrating and lizards are getting blown away by hurricanes. The signs are everywhere; animals are changing because of climate change. We asked biologist Thor Hanson to walk us through three animal adaptation experiments. Read THOR HANSON’s book Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid https://www.basicbooks.com/titles/tho… %5B…%5D How Animals Are Rapidly Evolving Because ofContinue reading “How Animals Are Rapidly Evolving Because of Climate Change | WIRED — msamba”

Desmatamento contra Povos Indígenas – II « O que os brancos chamam de ‘proteção da natureza’ somos na verdade nós, o povo da floresta, aqueles que vivem sob a cobertura de suas árvores desde o início dos tempos »

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro:
Pistas de pouso ilegais levam ouro tóxico às terras indígenas Yanomami no Brasil «?Temos amizade pela floresta porque sabemos que os espíritos da floresta são os verdadeiros donos dela. No entanto, as mentes dos garimpeiros e criadores de gado são de seres malignos. Os brancos só sabem abusar e…

Advierten de un “alarmante” aumento de la minería en la Amazonía de Ecuador! — Stigmatis — Barbara Crane Navarro

Trabajadores en el interior de una mina en Río Blanco, provincia del Azuay (Ecuador). EFE/José Jácome/ARCHIVO Quito | 4 agosto 2022 El Proyecto de Monitoreo de la Amazonía Andina (MAAP) advirtió este miércoles un «alarmante» aumento de la actividad minera en Napo, una provincia de Ecuador situada en la Amazonía, cuyos impactos ambientales y sociales […] […]Continue reading “Advierten de un “alarmante” aumento de la minería en la Amazonía de Ecuador! — Stigmatis — Barbara Crane Navarro”

What Happens If the World Gets Too Hot for Animals to Survive? — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro

Dead cow in California This story was originally published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Last month, during a slow-moving heat wave that smothered much of the United States, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment  1,504 more words What Happens If the World Gets Too Hot for […]Continue reading “What Happens If the World Gets Too Hot for Animals to Survive? — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Amazon River Dolphins: Pink Freshwater Dolphins That Eat Piranhas — msamba

The scariest fish in the world are afraid of the cutest apex predator of the Amazon. | Go to https://bit.ly/3Ogssd8 and use code ANIMALOGIC to get 15% off ClickUp’s massive Unlimited Plan for a year! Start reclaiming your time for less than $5 a month. Hurry offer ends soon. Support Animalogic on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/animalogic Subscribe […]Continue reading “Amazon River Dolphins: Pink Freshwater Dolphins That Eat Piranhas — msamba”

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