Environmental degradation

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“Ecuador held its rainforest hostage: if the world didn’t come up with money equal to the price of the oil reserves beneath the trees, Ecuador would have no choice but to drill. The world...
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“En esta gran isla del Caribe compartida en el presente por los Países de Haití y República Dominicana, se e stá llevando a cabo una invasión de empresas...
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“Depuis une décennie, l’exploitation des ressources naturelles connaît un véritable boom, en particulier dans le secteur minier. Source de croissance et de développement, pour les uns,...
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“En 2008, el presidente ecuatoriano Rafael Correa lanzó al mundo durante una asamblea de la ONU la propuesta de dejar el petróleo del Bloque ITT bajo tierra para evitar tanto la destrucción de...
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“Globally, Africa is recently considered as the most resource rich continent, a rising giant and thus attracting most of the world investments in many economic sectors. More specifically, land...
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“Developers are seeking palm oil concessions to as a means to circumvent restrictions on industrial logging in Papua New Guinea, finds a new study published in the journal Conservation Letters...
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“This paper shows how the implementation of Vietnam’s recent biodiversity conservation policy in Ba Vi National Park has increased the economic value of nature, created sustained conflict...
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“Forest protection policies potentially reduce deforestation and re-direct agricultural expansion to already-cleared areas. Using satellite imagery, we assessed whether deforestation for...
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“The world’s tropical forests – the planet’s lungs – are in rapid decline. Over the past 60 years over 60% of them have disappeared, while two-thirds of those that remain are fragmented....
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“En la esquina sureste de Costa Rica, en el Cantón Talamanca -en la frontera con Panamá, rozando la costa del Caribe-, los pueblos indígenas bribri y cabécar así como las y los campesinos de...
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