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17 December 2020
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O INCRA e o Tribunal de Justiça da Bahia reconheceram que o fundo de pensão da empresa estadunidense TIAA e o fundo de investimentos da Universidade de Harvard adquiriram ilegalmente centenas de milhares de hectares de terras no Cerrado. As decisões emitidas pelo INCRA e pelo Tribunal de Justiça da Bahia estão detalhadas em um novo relatório da AATR, Rede Social e GRAIN. O relatório mostra também que incêndios estão mais uma vez devastando grandes áreas em fazendas da TIAA e Harvard.
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21 May 2020
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Um número crescente de proprietários de imóveis está pedindo sexo em troca de um teto aos inquilinos
 
4 February 2020
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Temperatures in Idaho’s Columbia, Snake, and Salmon rivers were so warm in 2015 that they cooked millions of salmon and steelhead to death. As climate change leads to consistently warmer temperatures and lower river flows, researchers expect that fish kills like this will become much more common. Tribal members living on the Nez Perce reservation are preparing for this new normal.

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18 November 2019
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Em todo o mundo, as comunidades estão lutando para defender suas terras, ar, água, florestas e seus meios de subsistência de projetos prejudiciais e atividades extrativistas com fortes impactos ambientais e sociais: mineração, represas, plantações de árvores, fracking, queima de gás, incineradores, etc.

4 October 2019
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Protecting land from development provides numerous ecological and social benefits, but many people debate whether it hurts or helps local economies. Some worry that land protection will inhibit economic growth by restricting local resource use or building opportunities.

3 October 2019
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About 7 miles outside of Albany, Ga., Shirley Sherrod stands on a dock overlooking a tranquil pond, Spanish moss-draped Bald Cypress trees reflecting on the still green water.

"They're resilient whether you're in a drought or whether you are in a flood. They last. And that's the way we feel we are," Sherrod says. "We will last."

She’d lived on this historically black D.C. block for 40 years. Now the city she knew was vanishing, and so was her place in it.
26 September 2019
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She’d lived on this historically black D.C. block for 40 years. Now the city she knew was vanishing, and so was her place in it.


11 September 2019
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The state’s high cost of living and tourism-focused development is making it difficult for some Native Hawaiians to keep their homes.


26 July 2019
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Women and non-binary people are running some of the best-known organic farms on Long Island, in what is a growing, $50 billion industry nationwide


15 July 2019
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A conservation group has purchased almost 400 square miles of land in a project that could offer a new model to protect natural environments


WASHINGTON - Private investors have backed what supporters say is one of the largest conservation acquisitions ever in the eastern United States, offering a promising new model to protect land.


27 June 2019
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A regional workshop on “Strengthening the Accessibility and Visibility of Agricultural and Land Data through the Use of Semantics - AGRIS in Europe and Central Asia” was held by FAO in collaboration with the LandPortal Foundation (the Netherlands) in Moscow, 27-28 June 2019, hosted by the Central Scientific Agricultural Library (CSAL).


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