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Dec 23, 2008 · File

CATTLE, COCKATOOS, CHAMELEONS, AND NINJA TURTLES: SEEKING SUSTAINABILITY IN FOREST MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION IN NUSA TENGGARA, INDONESIA

INTRODUCTION During the past three decades, Indonesia’s forest lands have been mapped, classified, and utilized to meet increasing demands for commercial exploitation, watershed protection, recreation, and biodiversity conservation. Throughout the archipelago, previously isolated forest areas have been opened up through…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

UN-WTO Global Code of Ethics for Sustainable Tourism (PDF 513KB)

UN-WTO Global Code of Ethics for Sustainable Tourism (PDF 513KB) Codigo Etico Ing.pdf

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Report on communities living within reach of the Bukit Raya National Park in Kalimantan Tengah

This report is one of a series of studies produced under the Government of Indonesia's National Resources Management Project. This study surveys the socio-economic conditions of three local communities living either close to or inside the borders of the Bukit…

Dec 19, 2008 · File

Retrospective Study of USAID Support to the Development of the Environment Sector in Bolivia

Submitted by: Thomas M. Catterson Consultant Task Order No. 813 Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Prepared for: The Environment Team USAID/Bolivia December 2000 Region: Latin America and the Caribbean Task order: Bolivia Natural Resources Valuation and Socioeconomic Opportunities. Technical area: Biodiversity Conservation

Oct 09, 2008 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Edition #110

Oct 08, 2008 · News Item

BBOP Learning Network Newsletter

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Volume 3 Issue 3: September 2008

Oct 08, 2008 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health News

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Edition # 112

Oct 07, 2008 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Edition # 111

May 27, 2008 · News Item

In Focus: Global Katoomba Meeting, June 9-10, 2008

by Forest Trends — Jan 10, 2013 10:04 AM

2008 Global Katoomba Meeting: Developing an Infrastructure Fund for the Planet. The Global Katoomba meeting brings together leading policy makers, major financial institutions, business leaders, the environmental community and local indigenous groups to discuss the current scope and potential of…

May 08, 2008 · News Item

South America Environment, Science & Technology, and Health Newsletter ISSUE 109

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 10:04 AM

Agriculture: Brazil: Clean Gasoline Fuels Soybean Production; Environmentalists Praise Results of Moratorium on Growing Soy in Brazil Amazon Health: U.S. Donates 50,000 Dollars Relief Funds to Victims of Northeast Flooding; Colombian Scientists Synthesize Potential Malaria Vaccine. Water Issues: Chile: Aguas…

Apr 29, 2008 · News Item

BBOP Learning Network Newsletter Volume 3 Issue 2: April 2008

by Forest Trends — Jan 10, 2013 10:04 AM

Meetings: * Catching Up: Conservation and Biodiversity Offsets in Alberta's Boreal Forest Calgary, Alberta, Canada (February 2008) * Biodiversity Offsets and the CBD – SBSTTA13 Side Event, Rome Italy (February 2008) * Biodiversity Offsets and the CBD – Engagement meeting…

Apr 21, 2008 · Document

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Apr 03, 2008 · News Item

South America Environment, Science & Technology, and Health Newsletter ISSUE 108

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 10:04 AM

Agriculture: Argentina: Study Proves Glyphosate Toxic; Continued Soy Expansion Worries Argentina. Health: Dengue Claims 54 Lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Yellow Fever: First Possible Death Reported In Argentina; WHO Wants Agreement With Brazil To Increase Yellow Fever Vaccine Production.…

Mar 05, 2008 · News Item

BioSoc: the Biodiversity and Society Bulletin ISSUE 23: FEBRUARY 2008

by PCLG — Jan 10, 2013 10:04 AM

HOW DO YOU DEFINE GOOD PRACTICE IN CONSERVATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION? THE NATURE AND POVERTY PROGRAMME PROVIDES AN EXAMPLE

Oct 30, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 101

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 10:03 AM

Forests: New World Bank Facility Would Help Against Forest Degrading; Brazilian Police Dismantle Gang That Smuggled Endangered Wood to United States; Amazon Loggers Hold Greenpeace Activists Captive; Guyana: Government Cites Companies over Breaches of Forestry Procedures; Fires Burning Across Brazil…

Oct 21, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 100

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 10:03 AM

Agriculture: Scientists Are Making Brazil’s Savannah Bloom; U.S., Brazil and Argentina Form International Soybean Growers Alliance. Health: Dengue Fever Surges in Latin America. Water Issues: Chile: Defending Water against Mining Company. Forests: Brazilian NGOs Propose Plan to Zero out Deforestation;…

Sep 18, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 99

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 10:03 AM

Agriculture: Embrapa and BASF create first Brazilian genetically modified soybean variety; Peru City Bans GM to Protect Native Potatoes. Forests: Brazil Launches Inquiry into Illegal Logging Claims; Chile's: Senate Passes Native Forest Law; Chile’s Forestry Sector Set to Expand Internationally…

Aug 21, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 98

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

Health: Abbott Laboratories and Brazil Reach Agreement on Cost of AIDS Drug. Forests: Uruguay Attracts Expanding Chilean Forestry Companies; Small Communities Key To Preserving World's Remaining Forests, Report Says; Guyana Considering Modern Sawmill Proposal. Fishing & Marine Conservation: Brazil Fishermen…

Jun 24, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science & Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 96

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

Agriculture: Brazilian Agro-Power Heats Up. Health: Chile Opens First Public Stem Cell Bank. Water Issues: Amazon the World’s Longest River, Claim Brazilian Scientists. Forests: Google to Harness Satellite Power for an Amazon Tribe; Peru: Harmonizing USG Cooperation in Forestry Sector;…

Jun 15, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science & Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 95

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

Health: Thailand and Brazil Look To Co-Operate On Healthcare; Aerial Spraying of Herbicide 'Damages DNA. Water Issues: Paraguayan Aquifer Wounded and Contaminated. Forests: Brazil Busts Illegal Logging Ring In Amazon Reserve; Venezuelan Reforestation Effort Takes Root; Ecuador Seeks Aid Not…

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