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Survival International Oct 20
Concerned about the fate of Brazil's indigenous peoples? With , the & Bolsonaro's genocidal policies, they need all the help they can get. 📣 Make some noise! 📣 Use Survival's Activist Kit to raise awareness online 👉
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Terra Mater Oct 22
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Roxy Murray Oct 22
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Manuel Weber Oct 23
The Amazon forest is being burned out Trillion-dollar investors warn Brazil over 'dismantling' of environmental policies
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Survival International Oct 21
The continue to rage, bringing devastation in their wake. Ituna Itatá indigenous territory - where live - has seen an almost 60% increase in deforestation in 2020 compared to 2019. HELP stop the burn 👉
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Joe Match,🌿rooted 🌹,3.5%, allergy to Tories Oct 21
Feed input costs for poultry are rising too will accentuate sustainable availability. Can ensure Illegal sourcing from supplies dependant on is insignificant in UK poultry feed production?
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Greenpeace Canada Oct 18
☕🗞️ “If we entered into an agreement with Mercosur…we’d be sanctioning (and) legitimizing those practices.” If this trade deal goes through, Canada would be complicit in the . SAY NO >>
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Daniel Arrellanes Oct 17
Fires in the are ruining crucial & vital habitat, changing the face of our planet. Destruction of Biodiversity & Carbon Sequestration are 2 reasons that we all should be concerned.
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Save_Animals_Govegan 13h
There’s a monster in my kitchen: New video exposes destruction of forests for industrial meat production
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Paktﻯawal Oct 20
. should pressure and his government and hold them accountable for and deforestation.
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Joe Match,🌿rooted 🌹,3.5%, allergy to Tories Oct 21
are used to provide illegally grown soy at unsustainable prices which are ecologically damaging on an vast scale. Has FeedForGrowth identified cost effective alternative protein sources useful for stress in young animal feeds?
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BioTenerife.org Oct 23
Los (Incendios en el Amazonas) continúan haciendo estragos, trayendo devastación a su paso. El territorio indígena Ituna Itatá, donde viven las tribus no contactadas, ha experimentado un aumento de casi el 60% en la deforestación en 2020 en comparación con 2019.
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A Universal Joy Oct 20
Replying to @earthxorg
2/ The loss of farmland means we lose the space to plant food and reduce carbon. This is why the keep being burnt. The is effecting all levels of the economy right now, wherever the food and supply chain exists.
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Miss Marraqueta Oct 21
Replying to @OVargas52 @NaomiAKlein
If u gave us the same attention while we cry asking for while watching our country burn due the + since FOREVER (not just this year!). Bolivia would still be a greenland. But ofc, the environment is not as important, huh?. Thnx
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Helo Oct 23
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fairy Oct 22
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Harry Frasier Oct 18
Replying to @rural_young
According to the University of Oxford: Going is the single biggest thing anyone of us can do to halt , reverse deforestation, preserve biodiversity, stop species loss & save the Planet.
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It's ... Jamie Stewart's account! Oct 22
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Simone Lemken Oct 23
„Rettet den Amazonas: Stoppt das Mercosur-Abkommen & startet wirtschaftl. Sanktionen! ” - Jetzt unterschreiben! via
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Petra Bayr AT Oct 23
Replying to @PetraBayr
(...)zwischen südamerikanischen Ländern, darunter Brasilien, und der . Wir können als EU kein mit Ländern verabschieden, die ihre Bevölkerung mitsamt ihrem Land verbrennen lassen!
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