Monthly Archives: July 2021

Une histoire significative pour les enfants et les adultes – “La Magie de l’Amazonie Les aventures de Namowë, un garçon Yanomami”

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illustration tirée de « La Magie de l’Amazonie Les aventures de Namowë, un garçon Yanomami” La Magie de l’Amazonie décrit le voyage d’un garçon Yanomami à travers la forêt tropicale amazonienne pour trouver un remède…

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Land Grabbers: The Growing Assault on Brazil’s Indigenous Areas – Yale E360 — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

One afternoon last month, several vehicles descended on a village in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, where Avelin Buniacá Kambiwá and other members of some 20 Indigenous families were building their homes. Emerging from one of the cars, a … Continue reading

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« The Value of the Gold they covet so much – Our real goods are the things of the forest: its waters, fish, game, trees and fruit. Not merchandise! » — Cerulean Seasons

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro: Yanomami boy with pet monkey, Alto Orinoco, Amazonas, Venezuela?photo – Barbara Crane Navar «?When a human being dies, his ghost does not carry any of his goods onto the sky’s back, even if he … Continue reading

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A Meaningful Story for Children and Adults – “Amazon Rainforest Magic The adventures of Namowë, a Yanomami boy”

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illustration from “Amazon Rainforest Magic – The adventures of Namowë, a Yanomami boy” Amazon Rainforest Magic describes the journey of a Yanomami boy through the Amazon rainforest to find a cure for his sick…

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Black-faced Lion Tamarin Leontopithecus caissara — Palm Oil Detectives

The enigmatic blue-billed curassow (Crax alberti – local name “Paujil”), endemic to the tropical humid forests of northern Colombia, is the cracid species most threatened with extinction in the wild from #deforestation Black-faced Lion Tamarin Leontopithecus caissara — Palm Oil Detectives

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O que podemos aprender com as ciências tradicionais dos indígenas? — Ecoamazônia

Para atingir um desenvolvimento amazônico sustentável, inclusivo, socioambiental e economicamente próspero, é fundamental não só reconhecer e respeitar os direitos dos povos originários, mas o conhecimento tradicional que eles detêm. 38 more words O que podemos aprender com as ciências tradicionais … Continue reading

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Una fábula con un mensaje – “La Magia de la Amazonia Las aventuras de Namowë, un niño Yanomami”

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro:
ilustración de “La Magia de la Amazonia- Las aventuras de Namowë, un niño Yanomami” “La Magia de la Amazonia” nos lleva a un mundo que podría parecer fantástico, donde humanos, animales y plantas hablan…

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Maned Three-toed Sloth Bradypus torquatus — Palm Oil Detectives

The extremely rare Pernambuco Pygmy-owl is critically endangered on the @IUCNredlist due to massive logging and deforestation for #palmoil #beef farming in #Brazil support this animal’s survival by making art and joining the #boycott4wildlife Maned Three-toed Sloth Bradypus torquatus — Palm … Continue reading

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Since we Say The Children are our Future We Should be telling them How to Treat the Environment in a Sustainable Way

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The children are our future that is what we say But what will our future look like if we teach them how to treat the environment in a bad way If they learn all the old…

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Une fable avec un message – “La Magie de l’Amazonie Les aventures de Namowë, un garçon Yanomami”

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro:
illustration tirée de “La Magie de l’Amazonie- Les aventures de Namowë, un garçon Yanomami” “La Magie de l’Amazonie” nous fait pénétrer dans un monde qui pourrait sembler fantastique, où les êtres humains, les animaux…

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