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Docs Reveal World's Most Biodiverse National Park Targeted by Gas Company
Previously undisclosed documents obtained by The Guardian newspaper reveal that gas giant Pluspetrol maintains both a desire and a strategy for extraction operations inside Peru's Manú National Park, which conservationists say is one of the most biodiverse areas on the entire planet. Pluspetrol...
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‘Green’ Approaches to Water Gaining Ground Around World
UXBRIDGE, Canada - After Hurricane Sandy swept through the northeast of the United States late October 2012, millions of New Yorkers were left for days without electricity. But they still had access to drinking water, thanks to New York City’s reliance on protected watershed areas for potable water...
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Chávez's Illness 'Severe' But Venezuela's Socialist Ideals Healthy
Concerns for Chávez's health heighten, but Venezuelan leader's vision assured
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Bolivia Nationalizes Electricity Companies in Hopes of Improving Rural Access
Bolivia President Evo Morales has nationalized two electricity distribution companies owned by Spanish utility company Iberdrola in the latest of several industry nationalizations since Morales took office, which has included oil, mining, telecommunications, and energy generation companies. Morales...
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UN's Last Stand on Arms Trade Treaty
UNITED NATIONS - Amidst a politically divisive debate on gun control in the United States following a rash of mass shootings, the United Nations will meet in March to finalise an Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) after nearly two decades of negotiations. Dr. Natalie Goldring, a senior research fellow at the...
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Bolivia's Morales Calls for New Era of 'Peace and Unity' to Break Greed of Capitalism
The 'end of the world' it is not, says president of Bolivia, but rather an opportunity to dispose of 'capitalism's greed' and unite in happiness and unselfishness
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Chávez Victory Affirms Left Still Thriving in Latin America
Hugo Chávez re-elected in Venezuela: 'Venezuela will continue along the path of democratic and Bolivarian socialism of the 21st century.'
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Hugo Chavez Defies Doubters As He Wins A New Term
Turnout, Tensions High as Venezuelans Head to the Polls
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Champions of De-Growth Offer Alternatives to Destructive 'Extractivism'
Global South invited to ‘de-grow’ at international conference:
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Rebuffing Israel, UN Chief Heads to Iran for Non-Aligned Movement Summit Meeting
Iran will be chairing the 120-member Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) for the first time
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