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Cumbre sin acuerdos anticipa nueva arca de Noé

Posted on 22 June 2012 by admin

Por Fabiana Frayssinet

R√ćO DE JANEIRO, 22 jun (TerraViva) El diluvio que cay√≥ este viernes 22 en esta ciudad brasile√Īa fue una advertencia de la naturaleza a los gobernantes presentes en R√≠o+20. La generaci√≥n de No√©, hijo de una ambientalista que nacer√° dentro de un mes, tendr√° que salvar una biodiversidad m√°s compleja que la de su antecesor b√≠blico. Continue Reading

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Steiner y Cumbre de los Pueblos chocan por economía verde

Posted on 17 June 2012 by admin

Por Fabiana Frayssinet

R√ćO DE JANEIRO, 17 jun (TerraViva) El director ejecutivo del Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente (PNUMA), Achim Steiner, cree que √©l y la Cumbre de los Pueblos coinciden en que el actual modelo econ√≥mico caus√≥ el colapso ambiental. Pero el di√°logo sobre c√≥mo sustituirlo se volvi√≥ un √°spero debate. Continue Reading

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Boff: La vida es lo sagrado de la Carta de la Tierra

Posted on 16 June 2012 by admin

Por Fabiana Frayssinet

R√ćO DE JANEIRO, 16 jun (TerraViva) A Leonardo Boff no le gusta hablar de la Carta de la Tierra como de una nueva Biblia. Pero del documento, que seg√ļn el te√≥logo brasile√Īo es ‚Äúel m√°s bello del siglo XXI‚ÄĚ, rescata un car√°cter sagrado: la salvaci√≥n de la vida. Continue Reading

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Cumbre de los Pueblos comienza a afinar sus voces

Posted on 15 June 2012 by admin

Por Fabiana Frayssinet

R√ćO DE JANEIRO, 15 jun (TerraViva) – Perdido como el resto entre la multitud frente a la imponente bah√≠a de Guanabara, el l√≠der ind√≠gena Apolinario, de la selva amaz√≥nica brasile√Īa, hizo de gu√≠a improvisado en el primer d√≠a de la Cumbre de los Pueblos, en R√≠o de Janeiro. Continue Reading

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