« The Yanomami think and speak with the soul of the land, the rivers, the mountains, the moon, the stars and the sun. »

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Where are the Yanomami? Where’s Brazil? This month, the Yanomami will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the demarcation of their territory, a landmark in the struggle for Indigenous people’s rights. Their lands are protected in theory but not in fact…Brazil’s president Bolsonaro supports illegal gold miners and encourages extractive…

Em meio a um crescente genocídio indígena nas terras Yanomami, Davi Kopenawa é agraciado com título de Doutor Honoris Causa pela Unifesp — Barbara Crane Navarro

Título honorífico reconhece personalidades eminentes nacionais ou internacionais O Conselho Universitário da Universidade Federal de São Paulo (Consu/Unifesp) aprovou hoje (11/5), por aclamação, a concessão do título de doutor honoris causa ao pensador e xamã Yanomami Davi Kopenawa. A Unifesp é a primeira universidade a outorgar este título a Davi Kopenawa, além de ser o […] […]Continue reading “Em meio a um crescente genocídio indígena nas terras Yanomami, Davi Kopenawa é agraciado com título de Doutor Honoris Causa pela Unifesp — Barbara Crane Navarro”

The Amazon Rainforest May Be Reaching a Point of No Return! — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro

This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. In 2020, the Covid pandemic slowed down  1,488 more words The Amazon Rainforest May Be Reaching a Point of No Return — Mother Jones The Amazon Rainforest May Be Reaching a Point of No Return! — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro

The Life of Plants in a Changing Environment (Book Review) — Lifesfinewhine

Disclaimer: I was contacted by the authors team to review the book. However, all the thoughts and opinions I have shared on this post are my own. About The Author/Editor Rishikesh Upadhyay PhD, also known as R K Upadhyay, was born and grew up in a small Nepalis’ hamlet, Bhanjung Basti via Mahadev Tilla, just […]Continue reading “The Life of Plants in a Changing Environment (Book Review) — Lifesfinewhine”

NON PERDERE questo magico film di 38 secondi: “L’amica a sorpresa del ragazzo Yanomami nella giungla”! – Si prega di essere amici anche delle popolazioni indigene e delle loro foreste – Si prega di boicottare TUTTI i prodotti della deforestazione!

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Bambino Yanomami, Alto Orinoco, Amazonas, Venezuela Aiutare a proteggere foreste, fiumi, fauna selvatica e la vita degli Yanomami e di altri popoli indigeni boicottando TUTTI i prodotti della deforestazione; oro, olio di palma, legni esotici, soia, manzo, ecc. ! L’acqua è vita! Ecco il film di 38 secondi del…

Environmental Club Activities for Children! — FunWritings — Barbara Crane Navarro

When children join environmental clubs they get a chance to be a part of the great plans for the future! The post Environmental Club Activities for Children appeared first on FunWritings. Environmental Club Activities for Children — FunWritings Environmental Club Activities for Children! — FunWritings — Barbara Crane Navarro

Check Out These Strange Aquatic “Boings,” “Growls,” and “Chatter” ! — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro

https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?visual=true&url=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F1216836586&show_artwork=true&maxheight=1000&maxwidth=1300 This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. From the “boing” of a minke whale to the “drum” of a red piranha, scientists are documenting more sounds in our world’s oceans, rivers and lakes every year. 466 more words Check Out These Strange Aquatic “Boings,” “Growls,” and “Chatter” — […]Continue reading “Check Out These Strange Aquatic “Boings,” “Growls,” and “Chatter” ! — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro”

How to Create A Meadow and Why it Matters! — Katkoot’s Beehive Stories

Did you know that a shocking 97% of the UK’s wild meadows have disappeared in the last century? Well, it therefore, should be no surprise that biodiversity, and wild bees, are also in danger of disappearing.Understanding the importance of meadows in preserving biodiversity and knowing how we can contribute, is the first step to protectingContinue reading “How to Create A Meadow and Why it Matters! — Katkoot’s Beehive Stories”

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