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Tag: forests

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People in the streets say NO to Brazilian Forest Law changes

Thousands of students, environmentalists, researchers, family farmers, progressive parliamentarians and representatives of civil society occupied the lawns in front of the Congress and the Três Poders Square, in Brasilia, to show that Brazil is... Read More
Thousands of students, environmentalists, researchers, family farmers, progressive parliamentarians and representatives of civil society occupied the lawns in front...
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Planet in Focus: Up in Smoke

I had the pleasure of meeting Adam Wakeling after the screening of Darwin at PIF. "Is it true it only costs one U.S. dollar per tree?" I asked as we stood half shivering in... Read More
I had the pleasure of meeting Adam Wakeling after the screening of Darwin at PIF. "Is it true it...
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VIFF: 'That Which Once Was' and 'Rainforest'

Before watching Richard Boyce’s Rainforest, I was delighted to view a short film, That Which Once Was, a new film to VIFF directed by Kimi Takesue and a FutureStates 2011 Audience Award Winner. Read More
Before watching Richard Boyce’s Rainforest, I was delighted to view a short film, That Which Once Was, a new...
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50 Stories: Saving Sumatra

A spectacular island paradise, Sumatra harbours four of the world’s most beloved species. Read More
A spectacular island paradise, Sumatra harbours four of the world’s most beloved species.
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50 Stories: Ramping up to 100 million hectares…and beyond

In 1989, Glen Davis—an environmental philanthropist and strong supporter of WWF—persuaded me to edit a book we called Endangered Spaces, which included the Canadian Wilderness Charter, akin to a “Bill of Rights”... Read More
In 1989, Glen Davis—an environmental philanthropist and strong supporter of WWF—persuaded me to edit a book we called Endangered...
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