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Canal On-line: UFPR TV faz série de entrevistas sobre a América Latina

Nesse edição o ALV (Ámerica Latina Viva) desta semana fala sobre o território e a pesca no Chile! Saiba mais sobre a região sul do país, sobre os conflitos em relação à pesca e aos grupos de investidores e sobre as comunidades que vivem da prática. Confira!

Participação dos antropólogos chilenos Francisco Ther Ríos e Cláudio Cortez.

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Call for Papers: Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA) Annual Meeting

Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA) Annual Meeting

Date and Place: April 24-26, 2014 – Austin, Texas

Thomas Love (Linfield College) & Cindy Isenhour (U Maine), Co-Chairs
Call for Papers – “Energy and Economy”

The SEA calls for papers for its 2014 Annual Conference in Austin, Texas. Abstracts of proposed papers and posters should be no more than

2014 IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition: Lisboa

The 2014 IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition benefits from its host city, Lisbon. Portugal has continued evolving solutions to its historic and recent water challenges between the city’s aqueducts and canals at the mouth of the Tagus River and the international management of the five river basins it shares with Spain.
The city is an inexpensive favourite with travellers from the world over. Its vintage trams show you around the photogenic architecture of its palaces and

Justicia Hídrica: Acumulación de agua, conflictos y estrategias de la sociedad civil

Justicia Hídrica es una alianza internacional amplia de investigación, capacitación y acción. Tiene como objetivo contribuir a la justicia en el tema de agua, en forma de políticas hídricas democráticas y prácticas de desarrollo sostenibles que apoyen una distribución equitativa de del agua.

La alianza conecta estratégicamente:

La investigación comparativa e interdisciplinaria sobre mecanismos de acumulación y conflictos de agua;

Environmental Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade

EJOLT brings together academics and activist working on the field to promote environmental justice.

As global consumption of resources and human populations increase, the search for energy and materials cause the “commodity frontiers” to expand. Along the entire global chain of production, from extraction, to processing, to disposal, the impacts of pollution are distributed unequally among populations. Those most heavily impacted are marginalized sectors of the population including poor people, women, minorities and

El derecho humano al agua y al saneamiento frente a los ODM: Juan Justo

El presente estudio analiza las perspectivas actuales del derecho humano al agua y al saneamiento (DHAS) en América Latina y el Caribe, intentando determinar cuáles son las implicaciones de los estándares de protección de ese derecho para el sector de agua potable y saneamiento y para el cumplimiento de los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (ODM), cuya meta 7.c propone reducir a la mitad, para el año 2015, el porcentaje de personas que en 1990 no tenían acceso sostenible al agua potable y a servicios básicos de saneamiento. A partir de ese

Derecho Humano al Agua: Implicaciones para la planificación y la gestión del agua

DERECHO HUMANO AL AGUA: IMPLICACIONES PARA LA PLANIFICACIÓN Y LA GESTIÓN DEL AGUA

(org. La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura - UNESCO) - 24 y 25 DE OCTUBRE DE 2013

Sede: El Colegio de México

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Stockholm Resilience Centre: Research for biosphere Stewardship and Innovation

Stockholm Resilience Centre advances research on the governance of social-ecological systems with a special emphasis on resilience - the ability to deal with change and continue to develop.
The centre is a joint initiative between Stockholm University, the Stockholm Environment Institute and the Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The centre is funded by the Foundation for Strategic Environmental

Emissões das 500 maiores empresas do planeta continuam subindo

Fabiano Ávila, do Instituto CarbonoBrasil

Se as 500 maiores companhias do globo fossem um país, as emissões anuais de gases do efeito estufa (GEEs) dessa nação, 3,6 bilhões de toneladas métricas, seriam mais de sete vezes maiores do que as do Brasil, 488 milhões de toneladas. O mais preocupante é que essas empresas provavelmente emitirão quantidades ainda maiores de GEEs nos próximos anos, uma vez que a economia mundial está em

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