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MESSAGE FROM THE LATIN-AMERICAN AND THE CARRIBBEAN REGION PRESENT AT THE CIVIL SOCIETY CONFERENCE IN REGARD TO THE POST -2015 AGENDA: “Advancing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda”

22 mar., 2013

BONN, GERMANY (MARCH 20-23, 2013) We are concerned about the ambivalent character of the global processes led by United Nations (Post 2015 and Post Rio+20), as well as the huge barriers for achieving a real, plural, broad and inclusive participation of the proposals and visions of civil society. We believe that a new paradigm for sustainable development demands a transformation of accumulation and redistribution patterns of wealth, as well as a strong action to confront poverty in its different dimensions. …

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IPBES: An Unbearable Burden

20 feb., 2013

By S.Faizi (cross-posted from Countercurrents.org) Surplus income of some countries and under-employed experts when combined together can create global havocs. The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)…

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El Capitalismo Verde y el BID

12 feb., 2013

 por Diego Rodríguez Panqueva (CENSAT-Agua Viva, GFC Latin American Focal Point) Recurrentes imágenes empresariales en alusión a lo ambiental y la preocupación por el futuro de la humanidad son el reflejo de…

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