Rogerio Compay
Rogerio Compay

Hidrelétrica Belo Monte = Crime.

Vanessa Medeiros Tanjga

Vamus todos nos unir e parar com essa barbaridade...

Ivonete Jacob
Ivonete Jacob

Brazil has a lot of deprived children and too much poverty and the govenment try makeup our reality with financial assistence... ok better than nothing but we need better education , more security...more democracy http://www.mds.gov.br/saladeimprensa/noticias/2011/maio/bolsa-familia-transfere-r-1-4-bilhao-para-12-9-milhoes-de-familias-em-maio the poverty in Brazil http://g1.globo.com/politica/noticia/2011/05/brasil-tem-1627-milhoes-de-pessoas-em-situacao-de-extrema-pobreza.html.

Alexander Kirchgassner
Alexander Kirchgassner

Cause we all deserve to live much and better...

Celina Romeiro
Celina Romeiro

More than 200 dams threaten the Amazon basin, and even more are planned in government inventories. Today we released a new version of our Dams in Amazônia online database to help researchers track and warn about these destructive projects. Access it today! http://www.internationalrivers.org/node/7682

http://www.internationalrivers.org/node/7682

Celina Romeiro
Celina Romeiro

What is a land grab?

A land grab is when governments, banks or private investors buy up huge plots of land to make equally huge profits.

Responsible investment is an important part of fighting poverty. But big land deals are happening so.
quickly and on such a large scale that poor people are more vulnerable to the injustice of land grabbing than ever before.
Land grab facts.

Every second, poor countries lose an area of land the size of a football pitch to banks and private investors.
Most...

What is a land grab?

A land grab is when governments, banks or private investors buy up huge plots of land to make equally huge profits.

Responsible investment is an important part of fighting poverty. But big land deals are happening so.
quickly and on such a large scale that poor people are more vulnerable to the injustice of land grabbing than ever before.
Land grab facts.

Every second, poor countries lose an area of land the size of a football pitch to banks and private investors.
Most land deals take place in countries with serious hunger problems - yet investors often intend to export everything produced on the land.
Poor families are often evicted from their homes without fair treatment or compensation.

http://bit.ly/VycmwU

Celina Romeiro
Celina Romeiro

"The myths surrounding the global rush for farmland.
Governments and companies involved in leasing land claim it is little used and that the projects will bring food security, create jobs and boost tax revenues – none of which is true".

http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/poverty-matters/2011/oct/14/myths-about-global-rush-farmland

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