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Madagascar fisheries ravaged by foreign plunder

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  by Wonder Chinhur. Source: (AP/Binsar Bakkara) Ten years ago he and his two brothers would harvest 60 kilograms of sardines every week, earning US$370 during good times. …

Let them eat carbon! The corporate plan to cook Africa in its own fossil fuels

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  By Nnimmo Bassey & Sheila Berry Source: The Ecologist If you have ever wondered about what is blocking action against climate change, consider this. …

EJOLT course in Brussels

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On 2 March 2015, EJOLT organized an environmental justice course for 30 people in Brussels. This post links to all materials from that course. Students can access all materials and …

The Hague Rules Against Chevron in Ecuador Case

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Source: ChevronToxico The international court ruled in favor of Ecuador in its case against the U.S. oil giant for causing one of the world’s greatest environmental disasters. The International Court of Justice …

The global biomass robbery

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Palm oil is a booming business. While also used for cooking and in processed foods, over half of all palm oil produced now goes into soaps, cosmetics, biodiesel and other …

The Italian atlas of environmental conflicts

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The CDCA-Documentation Centre on Environmental Conflicts in partnership with the association A Sud presents: THE ITALIAN ATLAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONLICTS Friday 13th March 2015 | 5.30 pm c/o Fandango Bookshop | Via …

Global Atlas of Environmental Justice re-launches website tracking ecological conflicts globally

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PRESS RELEASE. Brussels, Tuesday 3 March. New platform integrates geo-spatial data to present conflicts in context and expands its coverage The EJOLT project launches today a new phase of the Global Atlas …