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Maya Menezes Aug 22
The is not a random wildfire. It is a large-scale, purposeful arson attack on Indigenous lands to clear for cattle farming. The words we use to describe this matter. The lungs of the earth are on fire, on purpose.
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Martin Horwood MEP 🇪🇺🇬🇧🔸 Aug 24
And of course we can only take part in joint concerted action like this to stop because we’re sitting in the European Parliament. Can’t happen if Brexit happens.
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Martin Horwood MEP 🇪🇺🇬🇧🔸 Aug 23
The letter we ⁦⁩ sent today to EU trade commissioner Malmström making clear the EU-Mercosur trade deal (including Brazil) cannot go ahead unless Bolsonaro restores climate-friendly deforestation policy & respects the rights of indigenous peoples
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afia salam Aug 25
This should give the world sleepless nights.
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Chris Sampson Aug 23
We strongly need to consider international criminal charges for anyone who causes such catastrophic damage like we see in - we share this planet and some treasures transcend our individual country properties and belong to the planet. This is beyond the human need.
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Roberta Sep 21
Don't scroll past this, please. Keep sharing until the media starts to talk about it. ⁦⁩ -how about covering this instead of one of your special reports which, altho' worthy, are not news, leave them for Panorama. This is News
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Black With No Chaser Aug 23
Aiight so I was reading the indigenous tribe “The Waorani people of Pastaza” from the Ecuadorian Amazon and have lived in the Rainforest for generation on generation.
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Andrew Revkin Aug 22
If you want to get beyond headlines, ...
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sanataniamericanhindu Aug 27
Natives are savages? Need JC?
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Brian Lehrer Show Aug 26
"I think that boycotting agricultural products from Brazil will make a big difference," says Maria Luisa Mendonça, co-director of the Network for Social Justice and Human Rights in Brazil is suggested solutions to the .
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Care2.com Oct 21
Your McDonald’s burger is burning down the Amazon rainforest! Tell McDonald's to clean up their act. Sign:
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Black With No Chaser Aug 23
And theennn... The Ecuadorian government gave the approval for their sacred lands to be auctioned off, & a court decision ruled that the tribe had not been properly consulted prior to the lands being sold off.
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Black With No Chaser Aug 23
And theeeeennnnn.... In July, a decision was finally made seeing that half a million acres of ancestral land be protected from being mined for oil drilling by oil corporations. Then the burning....
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The Hindu Aug 22
The lungs of the planet are under attack: space research agency INPE has registered 72,843 fires, the highest number since records began in 2013. More than 9,500 have been spotted by satellites since August 15 alone.
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Philanthropy Aus Sep 20
"It took us by surprise — I mean shockingly so," says Suzanne Pelletier from on how caught her org. off guard. Continuing the conversations from on why media plans can help for-purpose orgs better support their causes.
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Blooming Content Aug 21
The lack of emergency media coverage on the is disturbing.
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RBF For Life Aug 22
We really need to lessen our consumptive habits. Because praying would never change the earth.
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Jach McKeown Aug 22
Me when I saw and thought someone had finally taken down our corporate overlord.
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XR Aotearoa NZ🦑⧖🥝 Aug 28
Sounds like is a clear target to stop the : Top financier of Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump, is a driving force behind Amazon deforestation
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Priscila O. Aug 22
Jair Bolsonaro claims NGOs behind Amazon forest fire surge – but provides no evidence
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