Author Archives: iccaconsortium

Posicionamiento del Pueblo Shuar Arutam 24-01-2017

PUEBLO SHUAR ARUTAM – CORDILLERA DEL CONDOR Boletín de Prensa Nº 2 – 2017-01-24 Dentro de la vigencia del Decreto 1294 en el cual se mantiene el Estado de Excepción por 30 días más en la provincia de Morona Santiago, … Continue reading

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Testimonio de lo que ocurre en la Cordillera del Condor. Boletín de Prensa 1

PUEBLO SHUAR ARUTAM – CORDILLERA DEL CONDOR Boletín de Prensa Nº 1 – 05012017 A mis hermanos shuar, a los indígenas Amazónicos y de los Andes, a los hombres y mujeres del Ecuador y del Mundo, el presente manifiesto público. Hace … Continue reading

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Mort d’Attoumany Alily, défenseur d’APAC

UN MEMBRE DU FOKONOLONA AYANT PERDU LA VIE DANS L’ACCOMPLISSEMENT DE SON DEVOIR POUR LA CONSERVATION DES RESSOURCES NATURELLES A MADAGASCAR Dans la semaine du 18 Juillet 2016, le Réseau TAFO MIHAAVO (Réseau de « Fokonolona » ou communautés locales gestionnaires de … Continue reading

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2015 sees unprecedented killings of environmental activists

Global Witness report shines spotlight on the most murderous countries, Brazil and the Philippines More than three people were killed a week in 2015 defending their land, forests and rivers against destructive industries, according to Global Witness. The organisation’s new … Continue reading

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STOP land grabbing threath in the last old growth forests of Finnish Lapland and the Sámi home area

21st March, 2016 To Whom It May Concern: The State Forest Agency “Metsähallitus” About to Seize Total Control of Sámi Indigenous Key Old Growth Forests For Economic Uses If New Law Passes in Finland: Moratorium Is Needed At Once An … Continue reading

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A threatening Cross River Superhighway in Nigeria

Should the Cross River Superhighway be allowed to destroys the forest and lives of the Ekuri people and thousands others ? Written by Tunde Morakinyo (Independent, former WWF community forester living in Ekuri communities),  Robert Dunn (Independent, former ODA forester … Continue reading

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World’s Rarest Antelope Flourishes Under Community Conservation

Community conservation efforts in northern Kenya are bringing back the world’s most endangered antelope from the edge of extinction – numbers of hirola in the Ishaqbini Hirola Sanctuary have doubled in just 3 and-a-half years. Monday, February 22nd, 2016 For … Continue reading

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