How accurate is long-term climatology data from the Amazon?
Mongabay.com – USA
but also indigenous communities that depend on the forest to survive. Are you seeing changes in the Amazon with regard to temperature and precipitation?

GK REACHES OUT TO AETAS / 7 WONDERS: PALAWAN’S TUBBATAHA NEEDS VOTES
Philippine Headline News – Manila,Philippines
The indigenous people harvest and sell papaya, the main source of income in GK Burog, for only P10 pesos per kilo (farm-gate price).

The Amazon Jungle Comes Alive in the Concrete Jungle
CSRwire.com (press release) – USA
The exhibition calls attention to the COIAB – Coordination of the Indigenous at the Brazilian Amazon – the most representative association of indigenous

The Cost of Power: Coal Mining and Human Rights in Colombia
Dissident Voice – Santa Rosa,CA,USA
[Also look at] the Amazon; people die because they don’t have the vaccination against malaria. Or take for instance health coverage in this country;

People need to be more active in preserving rainforests
TCU Daily Skiff – Fort Worth,TX,USA
The video is about a man named Johan Eliasch who recently purchased 400000 acres of the Amazon rainforest. I must admit, the idea that one man could posses

Navitas Naturals Launches Organic ‘Powerfood’ Powders
NPIcenter (press release) – Mississauga,Ontario,Canada
Mesquite Power (vegan, raw, organic, gluten-free): Mesquite is a traditional food of desert-dwelling indigenous Americans. The flour made from Mesquite seed

Aborigines’ plight inspires US actor
The West Australian – Perth,Western Australia,Australia
Witnessing the plight of Australian Aborigines helped inspire Oscar-nominated US actor Casey Affleck to raise awareness of struggling indigenous cultures.

UK woman dies in Guyana cliff fall
Guardian – UK
Miss McCarroll, from Beith, Ayrshire, had been in Guyana since last September to teach science to an indigenous community through Scottish non-profit

Sri Lanka has enormous respect for trees
Telegraph.co.uk – United Kingdom
The aim of the charity is to protect endangered forest by highlighting the value of trees and encouraging the planting of indigenous species.

Report Criticizes Governments Over Consumption of Coca Leaf
Drug Policy Alliance – Washington,DC,USA
Coca leaf is widely consumed in both countries, both as a part of daily life and in indigenous religious ceremonies. The leaves have a mild stimulant effect

Rainforest Action Network Joins Brazilian and Paraguayan Groups in
Common Dreams (press release) – Portland,ME,USA
Cargill has also drawn fire for its soy port in Santarém, in the Brazilian Amazon. The port’s opening in 2003 doubled deforestation rates in the surrounding