Monthly Archives: December 2021

Barbara Crane Navarro: Artist & Activist In Her Own Words — Palm Oil Detectives — Tiny Life

Bio: Barbara Crane Navarro Barbara Crane Navarro is a French artist, writer, Indigenous and animal activist who lives near Paris. From 1968 to 1973 she studied at Rhode Island School of Design, then she went on to study at the … Continue reading

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“All the Living World is Interdependent:” A Q&A with Artist Barbara Crane Navarro — Open Americas

Barbara Crane Navarro is a French artist, author, and activist who currently lives near Paris. Over a period of 12 years, she spent the winter months with the Yanomami people in Venezuela and Brazil, an experience which has inspired her … Continue reading

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A bounty on the earth’s head — Stabroek News

A bounty on the earth’s head – Stabroek News https://ift.tt/3jUofzK A bounty on the earth’s head  Stabroek News Superforest via “deforestation” – Google News https://ift.tt/2tI2HiE A bounty on the earth’s head – Stabroek News —

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Barbara Crane Navarro: Artist & Activist In Her Own Words — Palm Oil Detectives

Barbara Crane Navarro: In Her Own Words Artist, Writer, Environmental & Indigenous Rights Activist Bio: Barbara Crane Navarro Barbara Crane Navarro is a French artist, writer, Indigenous and animal activist who lives near Paris. From 1968 to 1973 she studied … Continue reading

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Todos los vivos son interdependientes: una entrevista con la artista Barbara Crane Navarro — Open Americas

Barbara Crane Navarro es una artista, autora y activista francesa que actualmente vive cerca de París. Durante 12 años, pasó los meses de invierno con el pueblo Yanomami en Venezuela y Brasil, una experiencia que inspiró su práctica artística y … Continue reading

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Amazon tribe suffers mercury contamination as illegal gold mining spreads! — The Irish Times — Tiny Life – Please Boycott Gold!

Amazon tribe suffers mercury contamination as illegal gold mining spreads – The Irish Times https://ift.tt/3z1MjXA Amazon tribe suffers mercury contamination as illegal gold mining spreads  The Irish Times Superforest via “deforestation” – Google News https://ift.tt/2tI2HiE Amazon tribe suffers mercury contamination as illegal … Continue reading

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Contextualizing settler colonialism in the Brazilian Amazon — Marcelo S.R. Silva

To unlock positive changes in our societies we might need to talk about uncomfortable topics. In December 2011, my wife and I drove from Brasília to Cuiabá (Brazil). When we were at some point in the state of Mato Grosso, … Continue reading

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Tout le monde vivant est interdépendant: une question & réponse avec l’artiste Barbara Crane Navarro — Open Americas

Barbara Crane Navarro est une artiste, auteur et activiste française qui vit actuellement près de Paris. Pendant 12 ans, elle a passé les mois d’hiver avec le peuple Yanomami au Venezuela et au Brésil, une expérience qui a inspiré sa … Continue reading

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La Amazonía, castigada y al borde del abismo! — Stigmatis

Vista aérea mostrando el humo generado por una quema ilegal en la Amazonía en la región de Labrea, estado brasileño de Amazonas, el 15 de septiembre de 2021 Los científicos afirman que es imposible predecir qué tan cerca está la … Continue reading

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Across Latin America, Mennonites seek out isolation at the expense of forests — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

Low German Old Colony Mennonites, who have been settling across Latin America for the past 100 years, have cleared 495 hectares (1,223 acres) of rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon so far this year. The illegal deforestation documented by the Monitoring of the … Continue reading

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