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  • Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon | Sudden Rush Blog
    with The government of Ecuador plans to auction off oil development rights within nearly ten million acres of primary forest and indigenous land that has been inhabited for centuries including all of Sarayaku territory Take action now Send a letter urging President Correa to respect indigenous rights and the rights of nature Login to http amazonwatch org take action stop the 11th round oil auction in ecuador and send a letter to President Correa fast easy OBRIGADO 4 YOUR SUPPORT This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink The False Climate Solution Amazon Rain Forest Die back Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Search for Recent Posts All news and actual Blogs NEW on our Facebook Site Every tree within the Atlantic Rainforest absorbs 163 14 kg of CO2 STOP BELO MONTE with Vincent Cassel Amazon Rain Forest Die back Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon Recent Comments arfi on FIRST OFFICE IN ITACARE Archives October 2013

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    a friend compensate your CO² partners SuddenRush Guar 4445m 2 Sudden Rush Gmb 3343m 2 Schwarz Erwin 1182m 2 Open Birdie 418m 2 POW 350m 2 ideenkanal com 132m 2 Top 10 Donations Business ROXY CHICKEN JA 2935m 2 Weisse Arena La 1000m 2 cheese chocol 400m 2 Sparkling Choco 330m 2 sertis engineer 250m 2 Terra Bio im Ba 230m 2 bankers4nature 150m 2 koala surf camp 115m 2

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  • Sudden Rush | register
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  • Sudden Rush Blog | Safe The Rainforest
    the Federal Court of Nagesh MS The letter is a response to the final decision of the Federal Court of expulsion discharge given in case 0000032 87 2012 4 03 6006 on September 29 this year The Indians point out that the decision of Justice decreed the Guarani kaiowá and collective death Pyelito kue Mbarakay This is the information we have received that we soon will be communities attacked raped and thrown out of the river by the Federal Court of Nagesh MS Thus it is clear to us that the Federal Court action itself generates and increases the violence against our lives ignoring our rights to survive on the Bank of a river and around our traditional territory Pyelito Kue Mbarakay Living a year camped at 50 meters from the River where they were recorded Hovy four deaths two of suicide and the other two as a result of beatings and torture of Gunslingers the Indians are living without any assistance and hounded under the sight of gunmen The Indians claim to know that at the heart of the territory charged by Justice are buried his grandparents great grandparents and all of its ancestors and claim to want to be dead and buried with her relatives In all living on the edge of the River in the municipality of Hovy Naviraí 100 adults and 70 children They charge the demarcation of their traditional lands now occupied by ranchers and guarded by gunmen The struggle of the Guarani Kaiowá against the assaults of landlords of agribusiness has lasted eight years The letter of major and took soon came to be interpreted as a call for collective suicide by the tribe However on Thursday 25 the indigenous missionary Council Cimi an agency of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil CNBB published a note on its Web site depicting the use of the term For the entity one of the main promoters of indigenous rights at the State and Guarani Kaiowá speak on death in the context of collective struggle for land I mean if the Justice and the gunmen hired by ranchers insist on taking the Indians from their traditional lands they are willing to die all in it without ever abandoning them The Ccme also clarifies that suicide among the Guarani Kaiowá already occurs for some time and is most common among young people According to the Agency between 2000 and 2011 were mainly motivated suicides by 555 situations of confinement lack of perspective acute violence and varied traditional land clearance and life in the camps on the shores of roads none of those suicides occurred in mass collective way organized and advertised Posted in News Leave a comment How Surfing could save the rainforest Posted on August 24 2012 by arfi Thanks Shannon for the great article Help save the rainforest while surfing perfect waves in a tropical paradise Sounds epic right Surfers are known for their deep connection with the ocean and appreciation for its preservation but what happens when a small rural town is suddenly bombarded with surf tourism Prepare for a new landscape and new problems because while tourism can provide some financial resources to a village in third world countries it can also alter the landscape as trees are knocked down for hotel development projects landfills overflow with waste and safety of the locals is sacrificed by water pollution and exploitation Every case is different but patterns show that education on sustainable practices can increase the chances of any region s survival It s time to take an eco surf trip to leave every beach cleaner than when we got there and spread the word on sustainable surfing Whether we like to admit it or not our carbon footprint while taking the surf trip of a lifetime can add up quickly if we consider the gas used for plane flights bus trips the energy used to accommodate our laptops and other electronic baggage The average international flight contributes around 5 tons CO² an average American citizen produces 19 4 tons of CO² a year As an environmental activist wanting to break free of the stereotype and on a mission to live sustainably while scoring waves I devoted my full attention to the most diverse and vital region for the health of our planet the Atlantic Rainforest in Bahia Brazil Its consistent swell warm water and good vibes turned a three month adventure into a yearlong adventure deep in the jungle Tourists fill the beaches of small town Itacaré in the height of Carnaval during Brazil s summer months Tourism can help a community but it can also damage an area if unprepared for its environmental impact Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q The Coast of Cacau is pumping with waves year round as local pro surfer Iago Silva boosts for the grab Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q The Atlantic Rainforest on the coast of Bahia Brazil is a biodiversity hotspot with only 5 of the forest remaining Deep sea only a few miles offshore also provides some of the most consistent swells for surfing Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q Not only do the innumerable tree species in the Atlantic Rainforest bring more oxygen to the world than any other source the biodiversity of the region also contains some of the rarest and most beautiful species of plants and animals on the planet Unfortunately when you hear the word paradise it often comes with a risk of being endangered Only 5 of the coastline s original forests remain today due to deforestation as land owners continue to monocrop an agricultural practice of planting one single crop thus reducing biodiversity Bahia s agricultural history dates back for centuries when the Portuguese exploited Brazilian soils capitalizing off of coffee plantations and causing the deforestation of large acres of land to make room for them threatening the soil with irreversible consequences Environmental activists hope to mobilize people on the fact that there is only a small percentage left and

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    Regenwald im Süden der Brasilianischen Bahia zu erhalten Gleichzeitig mit der Gründung der ARFI haben wir auch das Projekt SuddenRush Guarana ins Leben gerufen check www suddenrushshot com Wir fühlen uns verpflichtet die Veränderung zu leben die wir auf diesem Planeten sehen möchten und lancierten das Projekt SuddenRush Guarana mit dem Drang Erhaltungs und Aufforstungsprojekte im Atlantischen Regenwald zu unterstützen Natürlich wissen wir dass wir möglichst bald schwarze Zahlen schreiben sollten aber Profit ist nicht unser Hauptinteresse Unser Hauptinteresse ist ein gesunder Regenwald in Zusammenarbeit mit unserem gesunden Fairtrade Projekt Alles und alle die in unser Projekt integriert sind sind von gleicher Wichtigkeit Da unser Wissen vor Ort eher klein war schauten wir uns um und konnten viele bewusste Brasilianer für unser Projekt gewinnen Unser Team umfasst Professoren Biologen Geologen und Personen die wissen wie man dieses nachhaltige Projekt leitet so dass alle involvieren Parteien profitieren vor allem aber der Atlantische Regenwald Wir müssen neue Strukturen kreieren denn unsere alten Gewohnheiten scheinen unserem Planeten zu schaden Vielen Dank für Deine Unterstützung TÄTIGKEITEN Int Projekt Koordinator Chris Bachmann chris atlanticrainforest org RPPN s NGO Networking Marcio Martignone fomentoiberoamericano gmail com Forest Engineering Organic Agriculture Ricardo Tavares almeidah77 yahoo com br Controlling Marco Fonseca diretoria mccontabilidade cnt br International Consultant Joseph Schoeninger joseph beautifuldays info The world will not evolve past its current state of crisis by using the same thinking that created the situation ALBERT EINSTEIN Glance at the sun See the moon and the stars Gaze at the beauty of earth s greenings Now think HILDEGARD VON BINGEN What you people call your natural resources our people call our relatives OREN LYONS faith keeper of the Onondaga donate now login tell a friend compensate your CO² partners SuddenRush Guar 4445m 2 Sudden Rush Gmb 3343m 2 Schwarz Erwin 1182m 2

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  • Sudden Rush Blog | Safe The Rainforest | Page 2
    of only four species of three toed sloth Distribution and habitat The maned sloth is now found only in the Atlantic coastal rainforest of southeastern Brazil although it was once also found further north 4 5 It has been identified predominantly from evergreen forests although being able to eat a wide range of leaves it can also inhabit semi deciduous and secondary forest It is typically found in hot humid climates without any dry season and with annual rainfall of at least 120 centimetres 47 in 2 There are no recognised subspecies Anatomy and morphology Maned sloths have a pale brown to gray pelage Long outer hair covers a short dense black and white underfur The coarse outer coat is usually inhabited by algae mites ticks beetles and moths The maned sloth s small head features fur covered pinnae and anterior oriented eyes that are usually covered by a mask of black hair The sides of the maned sloth s face and neck feature long hair covering the short hair of the sloth s snout Facial vibrissae on the maned sloth are sparse 6 The maned sloth earns its name from a mane of black hair running down its neck and over its shoulders 4 The mane is usually larger and darker in males than in females and in the latter may be reduced to a pair of long tufts Other than the mane the fur is relatively uniform in color and in particular the males lack the patch of bright fur found on the back of other closely related sloths 7 Adult males have a total head body length of 55 to 72 centimetres 22 to 28 in with a tail about 5 centimetres 2 0 in long and a weight of 4 0 to 7 5 kilograms 8 8 to 17 lb Females are generally larger measuring 55 to 75 centimetres 22 to 30 in and weighing 4 5 to 10 1 kilograms 9 9 to 22 lb 7 Like all other sloths the maned sloth has very little muscle mass in comparison to other mammals its size This reduced muscle mass allows it to hang from thin branches Ecology and behavior Maned sloths are solitary diurnal animals spending from 60 80 of their day asleep with the rest more or less equally divided between feeding and travelling 8 Sloths sleep in crotches of trees or by dangling from branches by their legs and tucking their head in between their forelegs 9 Maned sloths are folivores and feed exclusively on tree and liana leaves especially Cecropia Although individual animals seem to prefer leaves from particular species of tree the species as a whole is able to adapt to a wide range of tree types 7 Younger leaves are preferred to older and tree leaves are preferred to liana leaves 10 Individual maned sloths have reported to travel over a home range of 0 5 to 6 hectares 1 2 to 15 acres with estimated population densities of 0 1 to 1 25 per hectare 0 040 to 0 51 per acre 7 Maned sloths rarely descend from the trees because when on a level surface they are unable to stand and walk only being able to drag themselves along with their front legs and claws They travel to the ground only to defecate or to move between trees when they cannot do so through the branches The sloth s main defenses are to stay still and to lash out with its formidable claws It can swim well Life history Although some reports indicate that maned sloths are able to breed year round 11 others have observed that the majority of births occur between February and April 12 The mother gives birth to a single young which initially weighs around 300 grams 11 oz and lacks the distinctive mane found on adults The young begin to take solid food at two weeks and are fully weaned by two to four months of age 13 The young leave the mother at between nine and eleven months of age Although their lifespan has not been studied in detail they have been reported to live for at least twelve years 13 Conservation In 1955 the maned sloth occurred only in Bahia Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro in eastern Brazil in the Bahia coastal forests It has declined since then as these forests have dwindled The major threat to the maned sloth is the loss of its forest habitat as a result of lumber extraction charcoal production and clearance for plantations and cattle pastures Excessive hunting is also a threat the maned sloth is the most endangered mammal in SOUTH AMERICA Posted in News Leave a comment THANKS OBRIGADO ROXY SNOW PRO 2012 Posted on February 23 2012 by arfi For the second time the truly aware organizers of the ROXY SNOWPRO 2012 in Saalbach Hinterglemm Austria supported the Atlantic Rainforest Institution They calculated the emissions created by the event Considering mainly International flights of athletes construction of the course kilowatt hours preparing and troughout the event and also access to the event location by media and visitors Our appreciation and thanks go out to Matthias Roxy Europe the athletes and all visitors With the help of the Roxy Snow Pro 2012 a total amount of 1496 m2 of the almost extinct Atlantic Rainforest can be protected for future generations May this also acts as a possible showcase scenario for other events With this Roxy is the outstanding leader on our Business Donation list check www atlanticrainforest org Let us enjoy our passion when and whereever we feel like Let s also be aware of the fact that not every kid is lucky enouhg on this planet to even stand once on a surf or snowboard in their entire lives Their CO2 footprint is normally very small even smaller in 3rd world countries therefore we should respect mother nature to the MAX when we play on her grounds and with all respect

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  • arfi | Sudden Rush Blog
    forest covering large areas of the Amazon basin will be lost as a result of an abrupt transition in climate toward much drier conditions and a related change Continue reading Posted in News Leave a comment Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon Posted on November 15 2012 by arfi Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon In collaboration with The government of Ecuador plans to auction off oil development rights within nearly ten million acres of primary forest and indigenous land that has been inhabited for centuries including all Continue reading Posted in News Leave a comment The False Climate Solution Posted on October 30 2012 by arfi Do you know about REDD The Mending News checks in with IEN Indigenous Environmental Network Executive Director Tom Goldtooth to get the download on the real story of REDD the deceptive climate solution proposed by the UN It sounds good Continue reading Posted in News Leave a comment Collective Suicide of the Guarani Kaiowá indians in Brazil Posted on October 27 2012 by arfi Brazil is not only about flip flops Da Silvas and murder in progress on every damn street corner Brazil is also about an ongoing and systematic genocide against the indigenous peoples Artists unite to national movement against genocide Guarani Kaiowá On Continue reading Posted in News Leave a comment How Surfing could save the rainforest Posted on August 24 2012 by arfi Thanks Shannon for the great article Help save the rainforest while surfing perfect waves in a tropical paradise Sounds epic right Surfers are known for their deep connection with the ocean and appreciation for its preservation but what happens Continue reading Posted in News Leave a comment MAHALO Sudden Rush Surftravel it s clients Posted on August 4 2012 by arfi We thank all Sudden Rush travellers

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  • The False Climate Solution | Sudden Rush Blog
    know about REDD The Mending News checks in with IEN Indigenous Environmental Network Executive Director Tom Goldtooth to get the download on the real story of REDD the deceptive climate solution proposed by the UN It sounds good on paper Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries but the reality is that REDD enforces the global colonization of mother earth and a stolen future Check following video 9 min This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Collective Suicide of the Guarani Kaiowá indians in Brazil Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Search for Recent Posts All news and actual Blogs NEW on our Facebook Site Every tree within the Atlantic Rainforest absorbs 163 14 kg of CO2 STOP BELO MONTE with Vincent Cassel Amazon Rain Forest Die back Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon Recent Comments arfi on FIRST OFFICE IN ITACARE Archives October 2013 February 2013

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