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Urban Farming for Greener Cities

Posted on 20 June 2012 by admin

By Isaiah Esipisu

RIO DE JANEIRO, Jun 20 (TerraViva) Imagine a green city, literally, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil presents itself as a perfect example. Fruit trees sandwiched between closely packed skyscrapers lining the city streets create a cool, natural and relaxing environment. Continue Reading

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Além da Rio+20: juntos por um futuro sustentável

Posted on 20 June 2012 by admin

Por José Graziano*

RIO DE JANEIRO, 18 junho (TerraViva) – As declara√ß√Ķes finais da Confer√™ncia das Na√ß√Ķes Unidas sobre Meio Ambiente Humano de 1972 e a ECO-92 puseram o ser humano no centro do desenvolvimento sustent√°vel. No entanto, at√© hoje, mais de 900 milh√Ķes de pessoas ainda passam fome.

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Rio+20 and Beyond: Together for a Sustainable Future

Posted on 18 June 2012 by admin

By José Graziano da Silva*

RIO DE JANEIRO, Jun 18 (TerraViva) As stated in the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment and the 1992 Earth Summit, human beings are at the centre of sustainable development. Continue Reading

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Sin desarrollo sostenible no hay futuro

Posted on 07 June 2012 by admin

Por Sabina Zaccaro

ROMA, 31 may (IPS) – El hambre y la desnutrici√≥n deben abordarse de modo efectivo, pues est√°n tan inextricablemente relacionados al desarrollo sostenible que deber√≠an formar parte de la agenda de R√≠o+20, seg√ļn la Organizaci√≥n de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentaci√≥n y la Agricultura (FAO). Continue Reading

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