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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…

Sep 12, 2007 · News Item

BBOP Learning Network Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 2: September 2007

by Forest Trends — Jan 10, 2013 10:03 AM

The Business and Biodiversity Offset Program (BBOP) Learning Network Newsletter. TABLE OF CONTENTS Meetings: Conservation Finance Meeting (July 2007) Mexico Offsets Methodology Training Workshop (June 2007) and Policy Workshop (Feb 2007) BBOP Learning Network and Program Meetings in Bainbridge (June…

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…

Jul 07, 2007 · News Item

Metafore Newsletter: In Focus, June 11, 2007

by Metafore — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

News: Coca-cola in water-saving pledge; Cellulosic ethanol: the savior of the North American forestry Industry? EPA lauds International Paper, DuPont, Lockheed plants; Top Green Leaders named by UK firm; International Paper’s CEO looks abroad to lift sales; Russia okays IP's…

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…

May 20, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 94

by Stoner, Larissa A — Jan 10, 2013 11:52 AM

Agriculture: New Law a Boost for Transgenics in Brazil; Health: Brazil Breaks Patent on HIV/AIDS Drug; Brazil: Hepatitis and Malaria Decimate Amazon Indians. Water Issues: Big Water Diversion Project Gains Key Approval in Brazil. Forests: McDonald's, Greenpeace Unite To Prevent…

May 01, 2007 · News Item

Responsible Travel Report The Sustainable Tourism e-Newsletter: Vol. 5, No. 4 April 2007

by Sustainable Travel International — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

A Message from STI; Climate Corner: Carbon Neutral Travel; Carbon Scuba Diving Calculator; New Credit Card Works to Reduce Climate Change and Increase Support of Green Businesses; Leading Hotels of the World Addresses Global Warming with STI; Leading Peruvian Tourism…

Apr 23, 2007 · News Item

UNESCO WATER PORTAL WEEKLY NEWSLETTER No. 179: PRECIPITATION 9 March 2007

by UNESCO — Jan 10, 2013 11:52 AM

News: 12-21 March: 5th meeting of the Committee for the Review of the Implementation of the UNCCD, Buenos Aires, Argentina; 25-28 June 2008: International Conference on ‘Groundwater and Climate in Africa’, Kampala, Uganda; New ISDR ‘Stop disaster!’ game. Events: European…

Apr 08, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 92

by Stoner, Larissa A — Feb 05, 2013 03:09 AM

Agriculture: Brazil shuts down Cargill's Amazon port; Colombia: Farm Bill Criticized As Land Grab and Anti-Green; Brazil Soy Industry Prepares For Biodiesel War with Argentina; Brazil's Lula Allows Genetically Modified Imports. Water Issues: Controversial Brazil River Plan Allowed; Chile: Lack…

Apr 08, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 91

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

Edition # 91. Agriculture: Brazil Uses Agriculture to Fight Poverty in Africa; Seminar on Responsible Soy Production in Berlin; Colombia Approves GM Corn. Health: IDB Donates US$900,000 to Combat Chagas. Forests: Paraguay Extends Forest Conversion Law; Peru Lowers Mahogany Export…

Feb 15, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 89

by Portal Web Editor — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

Agriculture: Mercosur Helps Bolivia Combat FMD Outbreaks; Brazil Maps Out Agricultural Sprawl in the Amazon; Brazil: Unlocking a Bacterial Genome; Health: Dengue Alert Issued In South America; Water Issues: Pantanal in South America declared “Threatened Lake of the Year 2007”;…

Feb 08, 2007 · Document

Climate policy and development in emerging economies

John Holdren, Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) and Harvard University, outlined a WHRC study, whose objective was to promote existing and prospective “win-win”approaches for reducing “climate-altering”emissions while advancing other climate goals in Brazil, China and India.

Feb 01, 2007 · News Item

Curbing Greenhouse Gases Will Require New Implementation and Monitoring Strategies

by Portal Web Editor — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

New Articles Available on Kyoto Implementation Mechanisms Ruth Greenspan Bell, resident scholar at Resources for the Future, is the author of a cover article in the current issue of Foreign Affairs, entitled "What to Do About Climate Change." She contends…

Jan 27, 2007 · File

Model Forest Management and Certified Timber Production

Preliminary Strategy and Action Plan Model Forest Management and Certified Timber Production Colombia Alternative Development Project John Nittler, Chemonics International, Inc.

Jan 27, 2007 · File

COLOMBIA FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

Submitted to: USAID/Bogotá Submitted by the Chemonics consortia of: Prime International Inc. Crimson Capitol Corporación Nacional de Investigación y Fomento Forestal (CONIF) World Wildlife Fund, Forest Resource Marketing Inc., Rainforest Alliance, Renewable Resource Associates July 29, 2004 On August 11,…

Jan 27, 2007 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 86

by Portal Web Editor — Jan 10, 2013 08:03 AM

Agriculture: World Bank loan to ensure Uruguay’s free of Foot & Mouth Disease; Latin America Finds the Green In Organic; Brazilian Gene Bank Becomes World's Seventh Largest; Health: Anti-Pneumonia Vaccine Is Promoted in Latin America; Mapuche Pharmaceutical Line Goes International;…

Jan 21, 2007 · File

Identification of Environmental Threats to the Tondano Watershed

Discussion Paper Proposed Follow-up Activities through September, 2001 Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening IQC OUT-PCE-I-833-96-00002-00 Region: Asia and the Near East Task Order: Indonesia NRMP II, Phase II Technical Area: Environmental Impact Analysis

Dec 11, 2006 · Document

Afghanistan-01 - Biodiversity Conservation and Management Program in Pamir and Wakhan Area Afghanistan

World Bank/WBI's CBNRM Initiative. January 1998. Author: Abdul Wajid Adil.

Nov 30, 2006 · News Item

South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter Edition 85

by webadmin — Jan 10, 2013 11:52 AM

Agriculture: Brazil’s Lula Gives Agribusiness the Green Light, Environmentalists Protest; Argentina: Residents Say "Stop the Spraying!"; Argentine Biodiesel Might Fuel Monoculture, Too; Water Issues: Indian Activists Shut Down Peruvian-Amazon Oil Sites; Wildlife: Colombia: Protecting Bats Can Be Profitable; Endorsement by…

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