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
última actualización:  martes 15 de noviembre de 2005