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Kari-oca, missão indígena na Rio+20

Posted on 16 June 2012 by admin

Por Mario Osava

RIO DE JANEIRO, 15 jun (TerraViva) Mostrar que o sul do Brasil tamb√©m tem √≠ndios, e com uma cultura pr√≥pria, motivou o cacique Teodoro Tup√£ Alves a trazer 40 jovens guarani √† conferencia Rio+20, numa viagem de 1.500 quil√īmetros e 23 horas de √īnibus.

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√Āgua privatizada √© um dos objetivos da economia verde

Posted on 16 June 2012 by admin

Por Mario Osava

RIO DE JANEIRO, 15 jun (TerraViva) Economia verde √© uma ‚Äúforma h√°bil‚ÄĚ de privatizar a √°gua, denunciou o boliviano Pablo Sol√≥n, diretor executivo da Focus on the Global South, uma ONG asi√°tica, numa das dezenas de atividades que inauguraram a C√ļpula dos Povos, no √Ęmbito da conferencia Rio+20.

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BRASIL: Pequenas a√ß√Ķes animam a agricultura familiar do semi√°rido

Posted on 15 June 2012 by admin

Por Mario Osava, enviado especial

RIBEIRA DO POMBAL, Brasil, 14 jun (IPS/TerraViva) ‚ÄúAntes eu tocava fogo pra espantar as abelhas, que n√£o deixavam trabalhar‚ÄĚ, recorda o agricultor Antonio Ribeiro da Cruz, de 61 anos. ‚ÄúElas continuam brabas, mas hoje s√£o amigas‚ÄĚ, reconheceu. Continue Reading

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O coentro tempera a convivência com a seca

Posted on 13 June 2012 by admin

Mario Osava, enviado especial

Jeremoabo, Brasil, 14/6/2012 (IPS/TerraViva) Muitos cultivam alface, tomate, cenoura, beterraba e outros vegetais, mas é o coentro a decoração constante nas hortas que ajudam famílias camponesas a suportarem a prolongada seca que novamente afeta a região Nordeste do Brasil. Continue Reading

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