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  1. Le second débarquement: Multinationales espagnoles en Amérique Latine

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

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

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

  4. 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 (...)

  5. Canadian Corporation Mining Misery in Colombia

    on what evidence, we don’t know.”   In 2001, Colombia enacted the new Mining Code, but failed to consult ... is Colombia Goldfields’ mining project.   Despite the widespread opposition, there are already new buildings ...   “We don’t want what they are offering us,” says one miner. “We don’t want a nice big school or a new (...)

  6. Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA)

    Español The Initiative for the Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA) is a bold effort by the governments of South America to construct a new infrastructure network ... of IIRSA, illegal logging along new roads and waterways will also impact extensive areas of the Amazon, (...)

  7. Violence continues against afro-colombian communities

    But the assault and threats to Janio’s life was nothing new for the communities of Afro-descendants, indigenous ... that would later be harvested for mass production of palm oil for the world market. When new waves ... by a common history, mestizo, indigenous and Afro-Colombians organized their new Humanitarian Zones (...)

  8. The Colombian Plan Pacifico: Sustaining the Unsustainable

    with Turbo on the eastern side. Free trade and industrial zones would be established near the new ports ... The aim was to "offer a modern, dynamic and new dimension of the Pacific to the whole of Colombia, ... to handle more and larger vessels. New docks with modern container and storage facilities would (...)

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