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Fonte: Brazilianvoice
28 May 2019
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Luiz Henrique Eloy Amado detalhou aos acionistas que, em 2018, o equivalente a 100 mil campos de futebol foram desmatados na Bacia do Rio Xingu


O advogado Luiz Henrique Eloy Amado representou um dos acionistas na reunião anual da BlackRock, em Manhattan (NY)


27 March 2019
United States of America

Some Democrats want a Green New Deal that Republicans strongly oppose. Here are 5 key issues the deal seeks to tackle.


The US Senate on Tuesday defeated a proposal to take up the Green New Deal in a vote Democrats called a "sham" and a "stunt". 


Fonte: Jornal Tornado
7 February 2019
Northern America
United States of America
Uma mera entrevista, concedida por um dos chefes indígenas da tribo dos Choctaw, permitiu que um repórter do jornal “Arkansas Gazette” registrasse uma expressão que viria a entrar – de modo nada honroso – para a história dos Estados Unidos. 
 
Green Me
5 February 2019
Brazil
United States of America
Nova-iorquinos e solidários do mundo inteiro têm-se manifestado na luta pela preservação da Amazônia Brasileira e do povo que nela habita. 
 
3 February 2019
United States of America

Just inland from the coast of Half Moon Bay, green, rolling hills extend in every direction. There are aces of tall grass dedicated to cattle, lamb, pigs, horses and chickens where they can graze and move about freely.

Adriano Machado/Reuters
31 January 2019
Brazil
United States of America

Um grupo de ativistas se reuniu nesta quinta-feira em Washington para protestar contra as políticas do presidente Jair Bolsonaro para a delimitação de terras indígenas no Brasil e exigiu respeito aos direitos das comunidades nativas.

28 January 2019
United States of America

Historically, farmland could be used for solar or for farming - not both. But that could change


18 January 2019
Northern America
United States of America

Native groups are struggling with land encroachment by governments and logging, mining and agribusiness companies


10 January 2019
United States of America

NEW YORK - A small Native American tribe in Louisiana whose land has nearly vanished into the sea has moved a step closer to relocating its community further inland after authorities acquired new land for the move, part of a first-of-its-kind project.


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