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Reforma agr√°ria mais sustent√°vel no Brasil

Posted on 15 June 2012 by admin

Por Fabíola Ortiz

R√ćO DE JANEIRO , 15 jun (TerraViva) ‚Äď √Č poss√≠vel realizar uma reforma agr√°ria sustent√°vel com desmatamento zero na Amaz√īnia? Este √©¬†¬†o desafio que o governo brasileiro tem se lan√ßado nos √ļltimos dois anos.

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Rio+20 para onde vai?

Posted on 13 June 2012 by admin

Fabíola Ortiz

Rio de Janeiro, 13/6/2012 (TerraViva) Ap√≥s 20 anos da Rio92, a Confer√™ncia das Na√ß√Ķes Unidas para o Desenvolvimento Sustent√°vel, a Rio+20, come√ßou nesta quarta-feira, dia 13 de Junho, no Rio de Janeiro com o desafio de discutir as li√ß√Ķes aprendidas h√° duas d√©cadas e as tarefas que v√£o orientar as negocia√ß√Ķes para se chegar a uma declara√ß√£o em prol do desenvolvimento sustent√°vel, com aplica√ß√Ķes concretas. Continue Reading

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Bandeira verde para a Rio+20

Posted on 08 June 2012 by admin

Fabiana Frayssinet

Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 8/6/2012, (IPS) – Enquanto a Organiza√ß√£o das Na√ß√Ķes Unidas (ONU) hasteava sua bandeira nesta cidade que receber√° uma de suas mais esperadas c√ļpulas mundiais sobre meio ambiente, a presidente Dilma Rousseff transmitia de Bras√≠lia a mensagem de que o combate √† pobreza tamb√©m pode ser verde.

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Veto desarrollista al código forestal de Brasil

Posted on 29 May 2012 by admin

Por Fabiana Frayssinet

R√ćO DE JANEIRO, 29 may (IPS) – El veto parcial de la presidenta Dilma Rousseff a la pol√©mica reforma forestal de Brasil contrar√≠a los intereses “m√°s arcaicos del latifundio”, pero determina la victoria del sector productivo por sobre el desarrollo sustentable, afirman ecologistas.

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