Press review/ Revue de presse/ Revista de prensa: 7-14 Nov 2005

Australia:

Green group considers buying forest

Green group under fire over forest logging 'fabrication'

Logging firm takes legal action against forest protesters

Canada:

Des défenseurs de l'environnement manifestent contre la coupe de bois

La forêt boréale du Canada pourrait être la prochaine victime

Chile:

Acuerdan fórmula para apurar tramitación de ley del Bosque Nativo

Duras críticas a atraso en legislar sobre bosque nativo

Colombia:

Bosques, mucho más que madera

Costa Rica:

Costa Rica con bosque modelo para el mundo

Democratic Republic of the Congo:

La forêt Lomako-Yokokala classée réserve naturelle protégée

Guatemala:

Logging threatens Mayan ruins, forest in Guatemala

India:

Rural power for forest cover - Villagers¿ empowerment must for forest project success: Activist

Kenya:

Maathai Warns State On Forest Settlements

Malawi:

Chiefs Brainstorm On Natural Resources

Malaysia:

Illegal timber trade still on

Panama:

Ecologistas capacitan a indígenas en el manejo adecuado del bosque en Panamá

The Philippines:

Lifting log ban in Samar immoral, unjust, say 4 bishops

Spain:

El Bosque de los Ausentes recibe un premio nacional por su diseño y simbolismo

USA:

US Forest Service commander charged with arson

Zimbabwe:

Govt to Evict 300 Farm Invaders

Climate change:

El bosque planta cara al cambio climático

Satellites support Kyoto Protocol through forest mapping service

Canada gravely threatened by climate change ¿ study

Global warming moved plants northward

Global Warming Dramatically Changed Ancient Forests

Amazon:

Greenpeace says that 90% of the timber produced in the Amazon is illegal

Fears of biopiracy hampering research in Brazilian Amazon that could lead to miracle drug

Saving the Amazon Depends on Consumers
lastUpdate  martes 15 de noviembre de 2005