** RECOMMENDED ** Ausbeutung im Amazonas - Indigener Philosoph: «Hört auf, die Welt zu verschlingen!»
Mit dem Mythos von Nachhaltigkeit würden Politik und Unternehmen die Ausbeutung der Welt vorantreiben, kritisiert Ailton Krenak. Der brasilianische Philosoph fordert eine Diät für die Industriestaaten. Amazonien, das grösste und vielfältigste Ökosystem, steht kurz vor dem Umkippen.Americhe Brasile popoli indig. filosofia
Study Documents a Halt to Deforestation in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest After Indigenous Communities Gain Title to Their Territories
Most people know that Brazil’s rainforests are rapidly disappearing, and that the loss accelerates global climate change while harming the communities living under the trees’ canopy.Brasile deforestazione popoli indig.
Un tiers de la forêt amazonienne dégradée par l'activité humaine
Les dommages infligés à la forêt amazonienne, qui recouvre neuf pays, sont significativement plus importants que ceux qui avaient été observés auparavant, ont indiqué l'équipe de recherche dont les membres proviennent notamment de l'université brésilienne Estadual de Campinas.Americhe Brasile deforestazione
Amazon’s least-deforested areas are due to ‘vital role’ of Indigenous peoples
Only 5% of net forest loss occurs in Indigenous territories and protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon – even though these areas contain more than half of the region’s forest.Americhe Brasile deforestazione popoli indig. protezione della natura
Listening to the Endangered Sounds of the Amazon Rainforest
Watching the first few minutes of “The Territory,” a new documentary set in the Amazon rainforest, is like listening to a symphony of deforestation. The film opens with the sound of an engine revving, the camera lingering on a boot pressed down on a dusty gas pedal.biodiversità Brasile boschi popoli indig.
Brazil launches first raids against Amazon tree-cutters under Lula’s new government
An agent of the Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA) gets ready before going to an operation to combat of deforestation, in Uruara, Para State, Brazil January 19, 2023. REUTERS/Ueslei MarcelinoBrasile deforestazione
In the Amazon, Indigenous and Locally Controlled Land Stores Carbon, but the Rest of the Rainforest Emits Greenhouse Gases
Forests managed by Indigenous peoples and other local communities in the Amazon region draw vast amounts of planet-warming carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere while the rest of the rainforest has become a net source of the greenhouse gas, a new report has found.Americhe Brasile deforestazione boschi
** RECOMMENDED READING ** Has the Amazon Reached Its ‘Tipping Point’?
To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android. One of the first times Luciana Vanni Gatti tried to collect Amazonian air she got so woozy that she couldn’t even operate the controls.Americhe Brasile deforestazione apocalisse cicli di feedback
** RECOMMENDED READING ** Thirteen critical questions for international climate action in 2023
Last year was shaped by events that barely anyone predicted – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, horrendous floods in Pakistan and a hard-fought breakthrough on finance for victims of climate disaster.Brasile Cina COP28 deforestazione Energy Charter Treaty energia fossile greenwashing metano Onu Banca Mondiale
Lula revives $1 billion Amazon Fund and environmental protections
On his first day in office as Brazil’s president, Lula da Silva signed a package of seven executive orders to protect the environment In his first day in office, Brazil’s new president, Lula da Silva, signed a package of seven executive orders aimed at controlling deforestation in the Amazon aBrasile deforestazione
Neue Regierung in Brasilien - Lula an der Macht: Zeitenwende im Regenwaldschutz?
Die Hoffnung auf einen Neustart im Amazonasschutz ist gross. Doch Bolsonaro hinterlässt ein schweres Erbe. Kaum war Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva im Amt, machte er klar: Regenwaldschutz sei in Brasilien ab sofort Staatsangelegenheit.Brasile deforestazione
Seven reasons to be cheerful about the Amazon in 2023 – and three to be terrified
For anyone who cares about the Amazon rainforest, there will be an extra reason to celebrate the new year countdown in Brazil on 31 December because the first stroke of midnight will mark the last moment in power of Jair Bolsonaro.Americhe Brasile deforestazione apocalisse esperanza
Destruction of Brazil’s Cerrado savanna soars for third year in a row
An aerial view shows deforestation near a forest on the border between Amazonia and Cerrado in Nova Xavantina, Mato Grosso state, Brazil in 2021 (REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli) Deforestation in Brazil’s Cerrado savanna rose for the third year in a row, government data showed on Wednesday, destroying aBrasile
Brazil’s incoming government set to scrap gas pipelines and power plants
The incoming Brazilian government is considering cancelling a network of gas power plants and pipelines planned by the current president Jair Bolsonaro, according to the likely new environment minister Marina Silva.Brasile energia fossile condotti
* COP27 – BRAZIL * Lula: Retter des Regenwaldes und des Klimas?
Eine Menschentraube drängt sich um Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, den designierten brasilianischen Präsidenten, als er zum Podium schreitet. Während seiner Rede bricht die Menge immer wieder in Jubel und Lula-Gesänge aus.Brasile COP27 deforestazione Onu
* COP27 – BRAZIL * 350.org reacts to Lula’s COP27 speech: “Plans for the Amazon are very promising, but need to include a just energy transition”
Brazil – In one of the most anticipated moments of COP27, the UN climate conference, the president-elect of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, presented this Wednesday (Nov 16) measures and guidelines for the conservation of the Amazon forest, the development of that region and the protection ofBrasile COP27 deforestazione Onu
* COP27 – BRAZIL * Lula vows to undo Brazil’s environmental degradation and halt deforestation
President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has told the world that “Brazil is back” at Cop27, vowing to begin undoing the environmental destruction seen under his far-right predecessor, Jair Bolsonaro, and work towards zero deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.Brasile COP27 deforestazione Onu
* COP27 – ANTI CLIM. LOBBY * How Putin and Friends Stalled Climate Progress
Vladimir V. Putin has long used Russia’s oil and gas as instruments of power at home and abroad. With the invasion of Ukraine in February, he has made them a weapon of war. But he has not acted alone.lobby anti-clima Brasile Cina COP27 India Russia Onu Usa
What Lula’s stunning victory means for the imperiled Amazon rainforest
Lula has pledged to restore the Amazon. Will it be enough? Brazil, the largest nation in South America and home of the iconic Amazon rainforest, will have a new leader come January 1: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.Brasile deforestazione
Hoffnung für den Amazonas-Regenwald
Der Regenwaldschutz hat unter Bolsonaro einen schweren Rückschlag erlitten. (Foto: Kathrin Henneberger) Das war knapp. Mit 50,9 Prozent der Stimmen hat Lula da Silva von der Arbeiterpartei gestern die Stichwahl um das Präsidentenamt in Brasilien für sich entschieden.Brasile deforestazione
In Brazil, the World’s Largest Tropical Wetland Has Been Overwhelmed With Unprecedented Fires and Clouds of Propaganda
The photo presentation in this story was produced in collaboration with the Starling Lab for Data Integrity at Stanford University and the University of Southern California.Brasile incendi forestali
Vor den Wahlen in Brasilien erreichen die Brände im Amazonasregenwald neue Rekorde
Am zweiten Wochenende im September wachten die Menschen in São Paulo unter einer dichten Rauchglocke auf. Es roch intensiv nach Feuer und Russ. Die Umweltagentur Climatempo wies nach, dass die Russpartikel aus dem rund 4000 Kilometer entfernten Amazonasgebiet stammten. Eine gewaltige Entfernung.Americhe Brasile deforestazione incendi forestali
Bolsonaro election loss could cut Brazilian Amazon deforestation by 89%
A loss for Jair Bolsonaro in the upcoming Brazilian presidential election could lead to Amazon deforestation in his nation falling by 89% over the next decade, according to new analysis conducted for Carbon Brief.Brasile deforestazione
Brazil election: Lula challenges Bolsonaro’s deforestation record, backs oil development
The climate crisis and rainforest conservation are emerging as major issues in Brazil’s upcoming presidential election. Yet both leading candidates are pushing for new fossil fuel infrastructure.Americhe Brasile deforestazione energia fossile
Was a British Journalist the Latest Victim of Bolsonaro’s War on the Amazon?
Ms. Brum is a journalist and a documentary filmmaker who covers environmental issues and lives in the Amazon rainforest. Monday began, for me, with a call that became a horror story.lobby anti-clima Brasile conflitti deforestazione giornalismo
‘Record after record’: Brazil’s Amazon deforestation hits April high, nearly double previous peak
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon surged to record levels for the month of April, nearly doubling the area of forest removed in that month last year – the previous April record – preliminary government data has shown, alarming environmental campaigners.Brasile deforestazione
Amazon tribes turn the tables on intruders with social media
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — It was dusk on April 14 when Francisco Kuruaya heard a boat approaching along the river near his village in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest. He assumed it was the regular delivery boat bringing gasoline for generators and outboard motors to remote settlements like his.Americhe Brasile deforestazione boschi popoli indig.
* UKRAINEKRIEG * Ukraine-Krieg und Düngermangel: Bolsonaros Vernichtungspaket
«In Anbetracht des Krieges in Osteuropa besteht die Gefahr, dass es zu einer Verknappung von Kalium oder einem Preisanstieg kommt», twitterte Brasiliens Präsident Jaír Bolsonaro am 2. März 2022. Und vom Kalium hänge Brasiliens Ernährungssicherheit ab.Americhe Brasile deforestazione
Brazil’s climate politics are shifting. That matters for the whole planet.
I’d like you to meet Manuela. She’s my partner on Climate Forward, and you’ll hear from her regularly when I’m out on reporting trips and unavailable to write the newsletter. Today, she takes you inside the climate politics of her home country, Brazil. In Brazil, beef isn’t just food.Americhe Brasile
Brazil accused of backsliding in updated climate pledge to UN
Brazil has been accused of using a carbon accounting trick to cover for weakened ambition in its updated climate plan submitted to the UN last week. Under the plan, Brazil pledged to cut emissions 50% between 2005 and 2030 – up from 43% previously. A goal of 37% emissions cuts by 2025 remains.Americhe Brasile Onu
Amazon deforestation: Record high destruction of trees in January
The number of trees cut down in the Brazilian Amazon in January far exceeded deforestation for the same month last year, according to government satellite data. The area destroyed was five times larger than 2021, the highest January total since records began in 2015.Americhe Brasile deforestazione
Des défoliants chimiques déversés sur l’Amazonie pour accélérer la déforestation
En Amazonie, des agents chimiques défoliants sont pulvérisés par avion dans les zones forestières indigènes. Le glyphosate et le 2,4-D, entre autres, provoquent la défoliation des arbres, qui finissent affaiblis ou morts dans un processus qui prend des mois.Americhe Brasile deforestazione
Pesticides released into Brazil’s Amazon to degrade rainforest and facilitate deforestation
Chemicals created to kill agricultural pests are being sprayed by aircraft into native forest areas. Glyphosate and 2,4-D, among others, cause the trees to defoliate, and end up weakened or dead in a process that takes months.Americhe Brasile deforestazione