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  • Business Advisory

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    Mar 11

    We can not condition the leave oil underground in the territories of Indigenous Peoples in isolation, to international capital facing a country that borrows and buys weapons increasingly alarming rate. The life of the peoples in isolation must be secured without conditions and its territories must be declared free from all extractive activities, without any price. We must go to the Member’s Forest full respect for the territorial rights of nations and peoples, we keep the spaces and we are determined to continue doing so. You hear the voice of our people as our ancient sages and ancestors in their dreams and Mama Coca, and heard the call of the earth, mother earth, the so-called life: coherence, respect for word, to life, the rights of nature to future generations. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Hikmet Ersek. global warming climate.

    reminds us concrete examples of indigenous peoples affected by the mitigation of climate change include the case of a company in the Netherlands whose activities include the planting of trees to sell carbon sequestration credits to people who want to offset their emissions caused by air travel. In March 2002, the project was certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and from 1999 to 2002 more than 7000 hectares of land were planted in Uganda. The Wildlife Authority of Uganda (UWA), responsible for managing all national parks, indigenous peoples forced to leave the area. forced evictions in a row since 2002, forced the Indians to move to neighboring villages, caves and mosques. More than 50 people died in 2004.

    Meanwhile, indigenous peoples in Malaysia and Indonesia have been uprooted by aggressive expansion of oil palm plantations for biofuel production. Also, the cemeteries of nuclear waste and the construction of hydroelectric dams displace indigenous peoples from their ancestral territories climate change impacts on indigenous peoples throughout the world include: In tropical and subtropical areas, the increase in diseases associated with higher temperatures and vector-borne and waterborne diseases like cholera, malaria and dengue fever, drought and desertification, lead to more forest fires that disrupt subsistence agriculture, hunting and gathering subsistence and the serious loss of biodiversity; Different seasonal changes in the appearance of birds, the blooming of the flowers, etc. are now occurring before or disconnected from the regular season or weather patterns; In the arid and semi-arid : excessive rainfall and prolonged droughts and dust storms that damage grasslands, crops, other crops and livestock; In the Arctic, stronger waves, thawing permafrost and the mountain glaciers and melting sea ice, coastal erosion and river banks, smaller populations of animals and the introduction of new species sea due to changes in animals and migratory routes; In forests, new types of insects and the longer life of endemic insects (eg spruce beetles) that destroy trees and other vegetation ; In regions Industrial Engineer-manager, lawyer. University of Chile, Graduate Masters in Business Administration mentioned markets, human resources, quality and productivity.

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