World Rainforest Movement

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Bulletin Issue 2 – July 1997

Dear friends,

This is the second issue of the World Rainforest Movement’s Bulletin. The World Rainforest Movement is a global network of citizens’groups of North and South involved in efforts to defend the world’s rainforests against the forces that destroy them. It works to secure the lands and livelihoods of forest peoples and supports their efforts to defend the forests from commercial logging, dams, mining, plantations, shrimp farms, colonisation and settlement and other projects that threaten them. We hope that this Bulletin may become a tool for enhancing communication and information among all those people concerned with this issue and willing to contribute to stop and reverse this destructive processes. Your comments, suggestions and contributions are welcome.
Warm regards
Ricardo Carrere


  • Workshop on Indigenous Knowledge and Forests
    Workshop on Indigenous Knowledge and Forests

    A workshop on Indigenous Perspectives in Forestry Education, organized by the Faculty of Forestry of the British Columbia University, the National Aboriginal Forestry Association and the First House of Learning,
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  • New WRM book on Guyana
    New WRM book on Guyana

    Last week Marcus Colchester was in Guyana presenting his new work “Guyana: Fragile Frontier. Loggers, Miners and Forest Peoples”, jointly published by WRM and the Latin America Bureau. The book
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