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Rainforest Peoples Form Alliance for Climate Talks

Manaus Declaration on REDD

The forest peoples of the world are joining forces in order to have access to resources deriving from the thriving green market, based on future mechanisms for the reduction of emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD), to be created through the UN Climate Convention. A WDEV spotlight with documentation


Beginning of April gathered in Manaus, in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon, the participants of the Peoples of the Forest and Climate Change workshop have set the basis for an international alliance, based on a Brazilian model with a 20-year long history that brings together indigenous people, extractive producers and riverine populations, inspired in the efforts of Chico Mendes...

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Financial Volatility and Food Crisis at UNCTAD XII / Spreading the Benefits of Globalisation


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