Jojo Mehta interview

Found on the ecosia search machine in German Die…Geschäftsführerin von Stop Ecocide International, die sich dafür einsetzt, dass umweltschädliche Praktiken wie Umweltverschmutzung und die Abholzung von Wäldern weltweit unter Strafe gestellt werden. Read more at – https://de.blog.ecosia.org/make-ecocide-a-crime/ #ecocide,#future,#inspiration,#justbehuman,#sustainability,Brazil,climate future,dignity law,Earth Day,example,indigenous people,savetheforest,vision of humanity

Indigenous Protest

Dan Baron reports from South America…„Indigenous Groups and their allies across Brazil have been mobilizing amidst the Bolsenario Government’s latest brazen attempt to roll back indigenous rights and bolster the economic interests of powerful agribusinesses. Brazil’s Supreme Court is currently debating a case, referred to as Marco Temporal, that could substantially reduce constitutionally protected indigenous„Indigenous Protest“ weiterlesen

Indigenous Rights Webinar

„Brazil’s Supreme Court is currently debating a case referred to as Marco Temporal that could substantially reduce constitutionally protected indigenous territories. History is unfolding before our eyes, with little attention from the press and world leaders.“ Pass the information around, it could help to save the whole world. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/1016080504079/WN_SJ_LgvwMTRiJWYihsUoL5g

‘Humiliation and discrimination’: Environmental defenders facing ‘unprecedented attacks’

Daisy Dunne reports in „The Independent“ about people who try to treat the world with dignity… “Human rights defenders are being killed as they seek to uphold their environmental, human and spiritual rights,” Luisa Fernanda Rodríguez Gaitán, an environmental defender and researcher at Colombia’s Centre for Research and Popular Education’s intercultural programme, told The Independent. “For indigenous„‘Humiliation and discrimination’: Environmental defenders facing ‘unprecedented attacks’“ weiterlesen

Caring, Not Competing. The meaning and relevance of indigenous economic theory

Ronald L. Trosper enlightens us on a new, old path… In an era of growing inequality and political unrest, the principles of an indigenous economic theory need articulation and exploration. The integrity of traditional economic systems can guide Native nations as they work to build healthier societies. The model of the canoe might have something„Caring, Not Competing. The meaning and relevance of indigenous economic theory“ weiterlesen

Australia: Aboriginal protesters defend ancient forest against logging

Georgina Kenyon writes for Deutsche Welle… „The coastal old-growth rainforest is home to a multitude of species, including owls, koalas, bent-wing bats and an endearing, flop-eared possum called the yellow-bellied glider. It is also an important stopover for migrating birds. That this area escaped the wildfires that ravaged 5 million hectares in New South Wales, — including„Australia: Aboriginal protesters defend ancient forest against logging“ weiterlesen

The Source of Peace: Sultan Somjee illuminates one of the most sought after ideals of humankind

Kimberly McKeil says of the book – „A fascinating new book from Sultan Somjee – an ethnographer and recipient of the United Nations – Unsung Heroes of Dialogue Among Civilizations award for his work facilitating peacemaking during ethnic conflict in Kenya. Ethnographers often become great storytellers. Somjee captivates his reader’s minds and hearts by transporting„The Source of Peace: Sultan Somjee illuminates one of the most sought after ideals of humankind“ weiterlesen

The U’wa Community’s Nonviolent Resistance to COVID-19 and Attacks in Colombia

ANDREW E. MILLER reports from the Colombian Amazon… Horrifically, this is just one case of a community representative, social leader, or land defender being killed in Colombia in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. As reported in NewsClick, „according to the Institute of Development and Peace Studies (INDEPAZ), 115 environmentalists, human rights defenders, indigenous, peasant and„The U’wa Community’s Nonviolent Resistance to COVID-19 and Attacks in Colombia“ weiterlesen

Flying River, the Amazon

Dan Baron presents a Video- In the middle of the pandemic, on this 5th of June, we launch our bilingual video ‚Rio Voador‘ (Flying River), to celebrate World Environment Day, in search of Good Living for all! Enjoy, socialize and take care of life! See the work here: https://youtu.be/Dm2-rsgNQ98 #Amazon #indigenous #change #aftercorona

Indigenous People In Brazilian Amazon Face Covid-19 and Loggers

Telesur English Reports- – „Concerns about the survival of some ethnic groups are particularly acute, particularly the Karipuna in the western state of Rondonia, which borders Bolivia. That tribe is believed to consist of just 58 people and has seen its lands systematically invaded by illegal loggers…“ Read more at- https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/Indigenous-People-In-Brazilian-Amazon-Face-Covid-19-and-Loggers-20200417-0010.html

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