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  • “Collective Suicide” of the Guarani-Kaiowá indians in Brazil | Sudden Rush Blog
    that by the end of the day are recorded new accessions The demonstration which started in social media took force after the publication of the letter signed by the Guarani Kaiowá community in which the natives claim that they will not leave their land We decided not to fully leave here alive and not dead and we know that we have no more chance to survive in dignity here in our territory has already suffered a lot and we re all massacred and dying of accelerated mode We know that we will be expelled from the river for Justice but we re not going to get out of the River As a native people indigenous history decided to merely be killed collectively here We have no other option this is our last round unanimous decision on the order of 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

    Original URL path: http://www.atlanticrainforest.org/blog/?p=142 (2016-04-27)
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  • How Surfing could save the rainforest | Sudden Rush Blog
    construct a sustainable office made of recycled glass bottles for the Atlantic Rainforest Institution Photo ARFI It is a critical part of the larger solution and action is required now ARFI insists a Swiss organization co founded by surfer and environmental activist Chris Bachmann He has channeled his passion for surfing into something much larger now in talks with the United Nations on an effort to protect more land and conserve the little rainforest left standing ARFI s educational efforts and social projects look to improve the lives of local people while simultaneously educating foreigners traveling to the region sometimes in the form of surfing skateboarding music and other community events Pro surfer Flavio Galini is a local who recognizes the need to protect the region Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q Although Brazilian favelas shanty towns can appear chaotic most locals in Itacaré live a sustainable way of life that harmonizes with the land On average a Brazilian citizen produces 1 8 tons of CO² a year compared to 19 4 tons per American Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q A mixture of dance and fighting Brazilian capoeira is amazing cross training for any surfer Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q When I first met Chris at Arte na Mata Art Jungle a breathtaking ecological resort that helps support the Atlantic Rainforest Institution s efforts he warned me about the large snakes in the jungle and to be prepared to see the largest tropical creatures imaginable Let s just say I could be found with a machete in hand at all times Anacondas were the least of my worries as I came across traces of human trash and destruction in the most remote of areas The almost pristine beaches were becoming littered by the trash washing ashore Was every beach on the globe destroyed by our plastic dependency If the cosmetic unease wasn t enough how about the sanitary concerns of surfing breaks near the river mouth Naturally the best waves break near a shark infested port area of the small fishing village With the town s landfill piled near a river flowing into the sea poisonous chemicals are seeping into the earth and down stream to the marine life And the latter concern of surfing in polluted water cannot be ignored Small fishing villages can be exploited by tourism if unprepared for social change Fishermen are the first to see the destruction of the ocean s delicate balance Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q Hanahoor Araujo grew up surfing the coast of the Atlantic Rainforest His family owned Original Surf School is an important part of the community introducing surfers to eco friendly practices while learning to ride Photo Surf Channel Shannon Q Watch the video below as the Atlantic Rainforest Institution AFRI takes pro surfers and snowboarders to the most diverse rainforest in Bahia Brazil After surfing perfect waves these travelers get dirty planting trees and make a creative effort to promote sustainable practices The non profit organization has already protected

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  • MAHALO Sudden Rush Surftravel & it’s clients | Sudden Rush Blog
    of the Atlantic Rainforest on South Americas shoreline Loads of our travellers offset their CO2 by directly protecting their peace of Atlantic Rainforest You can login at www atlanticrainforest org in order to create you own profile On our interactive map you can see all trees that you protect and flying above the logos and profile pictures of everybody participating Once again thank you Sudden Rush www suddenrush com With 3 349 m2 protected Sudden Rush is currently ranked on position Nr 2 in our Partner ranking MUITO OBRIGADO This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink YOUR HELP IS NEEDED How Surfing could save the rainforest 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

    Original URL path: http://www.atlanticrainforest.org/blog/?p=135 (2016-04-27)
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  • YOUR HELP IS NEEDED | Sudden Rush Blog
    it s clients YOUR HELP IS NEEDED Posted on May 8 2012 by arfi YOU CAN HELP THE RAINFOREST IN BRASZIL ONLINE NOW THIS IS THAT PRESIDENT DILMA VETOS THE NEW FLOREST LAW IN BRAZIL SO IMPORTANT FOR THE LUNGHS OF OUR EARTH OBRIGADO Just click on following link https secure avaaz org po brasil veta dilma This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Earth s most threatened tribe MAHALO Sudden Rush Surftravel it s clients 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 January 2013 November 2012 October 2012 August 2012 May 2012 April 2012 February 2012 January 2012 September 2011

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  • FIRST OFFICE IN ITACARE | Sudden Rush Blog
    soccer field our new office walk to the outside meeting place which also will be used by the school the walls from the inside and one of the creators milton on the left side you can already imagine the door on the right side the future window view from our office to the boardering school called bosque da passagem even the workers are stoked and think about opening up a glass bottle wall company great inspiration bamboo on top glass bottles around the door here comes the sun some of the bottles were donated some we bought for 10 centavos a piece still way cheaper then regular bricks it s art baby thanks Milton for your great work inauguration MAY 2011 This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink WINNER RAINFOREST SWEEPSTAKE PAYPAL relaunch in two weeks One Response to FIRST OFFICE IN ITACARE arfi says July 7 2011 at 2 31 pm hallo jo danke für deinen input und die fragen ist nicht ortstypisch die idee kommt von einem projekt in peru da es während des ganzen jahres zwischen 18 und 35 warm ist in Itacaré muss auch nicht unbedingt isoliert werden mörtel hält die flaschen zusammen das raumklima ist genial auch optisch da sich durch die sonne während des ganzen tages der lichteinfall verändert für eine flasche haben wir 10 centavos bezahlt gesammelt wurden sie auf dem lokalen abfall also um einiges günstiger als der bau mit bachsteinen wäre der grosse vorteil es mussten keine neuen materialien verwendet werden wir konnten die alten glasflaschen widerverwerten also ein recyling haus hat einen riesen spass gemacht das teil zu bauen Reply 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

    Original URL path: http://www.atlanticrainforest.org/blog/?p=76 (2016-04-27)
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  • October | 2013 | Sudden Rush Blog
    site Check it out and please like us at https www facebook com pages Atlantic Rainforest Institution 63308503559 ref hl Muito Obrigado Posted in News Leave a comment 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

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  • February | 2013 | Sudden Rush Blog
    first 20 years of life This study was realized by the Totum Institute the University of Sao Paulo and the Institution Continue reading Posted in News Leave a comment 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

    Original URL path: http://www.atlanticrainforest.org/blog/?m=201302 (2016-04-27)
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  • January | 2013 | Sudden Rush Blog
    you can Posted in News Leave a comment 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 January 2013 November 2012 October 2012

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