World Rainforest Movement

Amazonian and Andean women in the VIII Pan-Amazonian Forum

Posted on Jul 7, 2017

How to make the sustainability of life the center of debate The VIII Pan-Amazonian Forum, held from April 28th to May 1st, 2017 in...

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Amazon: Territorial disputes and conflicts

Posted on Jul 4, 2014

“They consider us the periphery of the periphery” Before entering into a discussion of the profound changes taking place in...

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Suriname

Posted on Oct 25, 2012

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Suriname: Chinese Logging Companies and Tribal Rights

Posted on Sep 7, 2002

Chinese logging companies are relatively new arrivals in South America. In Suriname, at least two have been operating since 1997. The...

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Amazonía: Selva y Bosques diez años después de Río

Posted on Jul 18, 2002

Only available in Spanish Publicación de Censat-Agua Viva en ocasión de la Cumbre Mundial de Johannesburgo. Amazonía: Selva y Bosques...

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Status of Implementation of Forest-Related Clauses in the CBD: An Independent Review & Recommendations for Action

Posted on Mar 18, 2002

Commissioned by the Global Forest Coalition This report is based on 21 country case studies, including Australia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada,...

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Suriname: Logging and tribal rights

Posted on Dec 21, 2001

Chinese logging companies are relatively new arrivals in South America. In Suriname, at least two have been operating since 1996; in...

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Undermining the forests. The need to control transnational mining companies: a Canadian case study

Posted on Jan 16, 2000

by Forest Peoples Programme, Philippine Indigenous Peoples Links and the World Rainforest Movement The second in a series of reports on...

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Suriname: controversy about forest policy

Posted on Nov 5, 1997

On October 7 Suriname’s Minister of Natural Resources and the Dutch Embassy to Suriname signed a contract worth US$30 million for the...

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Gold fever threatens forests and people in Suriname

Posted on Aug 7, 1997

The relatively untouched areas occupied by rainforests in Suriname -source of a rich biodiversity and ancestral homeland for thousands of...

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Indonesian Forestry Incursions in Suriname

Posted on Aug 7, 1997

After more than two years monitoring and carrying out research visits to Suriname, the Tropical Rainforest Team of IFAW (International Fund...

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