Desmatamento contra Povos Indígenas – III « Eles começaram a desenterrar minerais da terra avidamente. Eles construíram fábricas para derretê-los e fabricar grandes quantidades de mercadorias… Eles logo esqueceram a beleza da floresta. »

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Para os povos Indígenas, como para nós, água é vida! «?Eles proliferaram dinheiro em todos os lugares. Ao querer possuir todos esses bens, eles foram tomados por um desejo ilimitado. Os brancos começaram a derrubar todas as árvores, maltratando a terra e contaminando a água…?» O porta-voz do Xamã…

Infrastructure Growth Threatens Brazilian Amazon with Further Deforestation! — HUMAN WRONGS WATCH — Barbara Crane Navarro

Human Wrongs Watch By Mario Osava RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 9 2022 (IPS)* – The mandatory initial permit granted by Brazil’s environmental authority for the repaving of the BR-319 highway, in the heart of the Amazon jungle, intensified the alarm over the possible irreversible destruction of the rainforest. | En español . View of a […] […]Continue reading “Infrastructure Growth Threatens Brazilian Amazon with Further Deforestation! — HUMAN WRONGS WATCH — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas: ¿Por qué se celebra? — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

Existen alrededor de 476 millones de indígenas viviendo a lo largo de 90 países. ¿Cuándo y por qué se celebra el Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas? 41 more words Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas: ¿Por qué se celebra? — Ecoamazônia Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas: ¿Por qué se celebra? — Ecoamazônia — Barbara CraneContinue reading “Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas: ¿Por qué se celebra? — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Teotihuacan – Art mural — Peuples autochtones d’Abya Yala

Publié le 12 Juin 2019 Tepantitla Tlalocan ou paradis de Tlaloc. Des personnages mal habillés jouent et nagent à côté de parcelles cultivées autour d’une montagne qui s’élève de l’eau…. Tepantitla Déité au sommet de la murale connue sous le nom de Tlalocan ou Paradis de Tláloc. Ensemble d’animaux mythologiques Il s’agit d’une structure basse […]Continue reading “Teotihuacan – Art mural — Peuples autochtones d’Abya Yala”

Déforestation versus les peuples Indigènes – III  « Ils ont commencé à arracher avidement les minéraux de la terre. Ils ont construit des usines pour les fondre et fabriquer de grandes quantités de marchandises… Ils ont vite oublié la beauté de la forêt. »

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro:
Pour les peuples autochtones, tout comme pour nous, l’eau c’est la vie ! «?Ils ont fait proliférer l’argent partout. A vouloir posséder toutes ces marchandises, ils furent saisis d’un désir sans limite. Les Blancs ont commencé à couper tous les arbres, à maltraiter la terre et à souiller l’eau…?»…

PF mira associação criminosa voltada à extração de ouro em terra Indígena! — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro

Grupo financiava maquinário e recrutava pessoas para a prática criminosa Pontes e Lacerda/MT. A Polícia Federal deflagrou nesta terça-feira, 9/8, a operação “Rainha do Sararé”, com objetivo de cumprir 4 mandados de prisão preventiva e 4 de busca e apreensão na cidade de Pontes e Lacerda/MT. 25 more words PF mira associação criminosa voltada à extração de […]Continue reading “PF mira associação criminosa voltada à extração de ouro em terra Indígena! — Ecoamazônia — Barbara Crane Navarro”

What Do Indigenous Leaders Think About Co-Managing Bears Ears With the Feds? — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro

This story was originally published by High Country News and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. In June, federal and tribal officials signed an intergovernmental cooperative management agreement for Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah. 1,523 more words What Do Indigenous Leaders Think About Co-Managing Bears Ears With the Feds? — Mother Jones What DoContinue reading “What Do Indigenous Leaders Think About Co-Managing Bears Ears With the Feds? — Mother Jones — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Human Pathogens Are Hitching a Ride on Floating Plastic! — Mother Jones

This story was originally published by Hakai Magazine and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The plastics had only been submerged in the ocean off Falmouth, England, for a week, but in that time a thin layer of biofilm, a slimy mix of mucus and microbes, had already developed on their surfaces. 748 more words HumanContinue reading “Human Pathogens Are Hitching a Ride on Floating Plastic! — Mother Jones”

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