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  1. Colombia: The Nasa community of Bellavista under attack

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  2. Chiquita Republic United Fruit’s heir has again been linked to paramilitary abuses in Colombia.

    the Rainforest Alliance says it does not certify Banacol farms in the Curvaradó region, where the new accusations ... for the region’s Afro-Colombian population. The statement did not mention a prohibition on new development projects ... and Banacol, but also of the paramilitaries, who continue to operate in the zone under a new name—Águilas (...)

  3. Profiting from Repression: Canadian Investment in and Trade with Colombia

    presented in bold type in this report is new information; that presented in normal type is from the 2006 edition of the report which is still relevant. About 80% of the information is new. Published by Canadian (...)

  4. Disillussioned Members Resign from WWF Due to Its Support for Environmental Degradation in Colombia

    Fund for Nature), has publicly supported a Colombian governmental plan to build a new highway between ... of mature trees will be cut to clear land for the new highway. In addition, the road will pass through ... disappear from the Sibundoy Valley and the surrounding area if the new road is built as planned.   And we (...)

  5. 168 scientists warn on the so-called “biofuels”

    crops on it, the agriculture expands at other places. This often leads to new deforestation (...)

  6. Declaration of the Colombian National Congress of lands, territories and sovereignties

    This is a series of serious commitments in the building of a new country, acquired by organizations and processes (...)

  7. Request for intervention on the law of victims and the right to peace

    territories claimed by the new phase of the paramilitarism within the Plan of Mejor Esquina de las Americas, ... of these strategic resources are part of the new government policies known as "the engines of development", (...)

  8. Oil-palm plantations, violation of human rights and Afro-descendent communities’ quest for true dignity

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  9. “Green washed” palm increases threats to food sovereignty and human rights

    palm plantations. Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Cameroon, Uganda, Côte d’Ivoire, Cambodia, (...)

  10. Oil palm grows by the force of violence

    that some of the new plantations being developed have been financed as farming projects for the same ... to the new plantations developed since the beginning of the decade. In previous processes ... for Economic and Social Policy (CONPES) announced new policies increasing Government support to the expansion (...)

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