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Title: 国際環境NGO FoE Japan (認定NPO法人)スタッフブログ 原発関連

URL: http://blog.canpan.info/foejapan/

Collection: Japan, Social movements after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants crisis, March 11, 2011

Organization: National Library of Australia

Captured 6 times between Jun 18, 2012 and Dec 28, 2012

Videos: 2 Videos Captured

Subject:   Environment ,  Non Government Organization (NGO)

URL: http://conserve.wisc.edu/

Collection: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Organization: University of Wisconsin

Description: After completing a nationally recognized five-year, $29 million investment in energy efficiency of the campus, UW-Madison initiated another aggressive program in 2006 to further strengthen its environmental stewardship practices and to promote education and motivation to the community on this important issue. This program, under the banner of WE CONSERVE, set to reduce UW's annual energy consumption and environmental footprint by 20% relative to 2006 levels. With an additional investment of $40 million and full campus support that goal was achieved in 2010, making us one of the most accomplished universities in the sustainability arena.

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Subject:   conservation energy,  environment ,  university

Title: Cook Islands Biodiversity and Natural Heritage

URL: http://cookislands.bishopmuseum.org/

Collection: Pacific - Cook Islands

Organization: University of Hawaii

Description: "The Project is a programme of the Cook Islands Government: a) to collect and integrate scientific and traditional information on local plants and animals; and b) to preserve such information, and make it available to the general public." (Quoted from website)

Captured  on Mar 26, 2009

Subject:   Environment ,  Biodiversity

Title: Maryland Clean Energy Center

URL: http://mdcleanenergy.org/

Collection: Maryland Independent Agencies

Organization: Maryland State Archives

Captured 18 times between Apr 01, 2011 and Jan 03, 2013

Subject:   Energy Research,  Environment

Title: Mendoza: The Obvious Decision of Officials Responsible for Plunder and Pollution

URL: http://opsur.wordpress.com/2011/02/14/mendoza-la-decision-obvia-de-los-funcionarios-responsables-del-saqueo-y-de-la-contaminacion/

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article includes a response from the Popular Assembly for Water, an Argentine NGO, to the Mining Environmental Authority's acceptance of the Environmental Impact Study that was submitted by CORO Mining Corp., a Canadian mining company hoping to mine copper in Mendoza, Argentina. The Popular Assembly for Water has long opposed this mining megaproject, also known as the San Jorge mining megaproject, over concerns about the impact the project will have on the local community and its water supplies. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Mines Argentina Megaproject NGO Mineral,  Environment ,  Mining Copper Impact CORO Mining Corp. Water

Title: No More Chernobyls or Fukushimas: No to Nuclear Power Around the World!

URL: http://opsur.wordpress.com/2011/03/30/no-mas-chernobil-y-ni-fukushima-%c2%a1no-a-la-ernergia-nuclear-en-todo-el-mundo/

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article includes a statement released by a coalition of non-governmental organizations opposing the promotion of nuclear power as a safe, sustainable, affordable, and environmentally friendly source of alternative energy. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Power Nuclear NGO,  Environment ,  Policy Climate Change Radioactive Waste Natural Disaster Japan Russia Chernobyl Fukushima

Title: La RENACE y la Energía Nuclear

URL: http://opsur.wordpress.com/2011/04/14/la-renace-y-la-energia-nuclear/

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article presents the position of the RENACE (the National Ecological Action Network of Argentina) as put forward at its meeting (Assembly No. XXXIV) which was held in Saladillo, Argentina from April 2-3, 2011. In its statement, RENACE staunchly opposes the use of nuclear power and demands an open, public debate on energy issues. It condemns nuclear power as unsafe, expensive, and bad for the environment for Argentina and Latin America more broadly. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Power Nuclear Argentina Uranium,  Environment ,  RENACE Policy Radiation Waste Consumption

Title: PlanMaryland

URL: http://plan.maryland.gov/

Collection: Maryland Departments

Organization: Maryland State Archives

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Subject:   Environment ,  Natural Resources Planning Sustainable Growth

Title: Sustainability at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

URL: http://sustainability.wisc.edu/

Collection: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Organization: University of Wisconsin

Description: The Office of Sustainability was created to transform sustainability research and education on campus, encourage the adoption of best practices to make sustainability an essential part of our university’s daily operations, and promote conservation and waste prevention as a way of life for our community.

Captured 6 times between Sep 09, 2011 and Dec 09, 2012

Subject:   initiative,  environment ,  sustainability university

Title: Climate Crisis and Scheduled Destruction of Forests

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/crisis-clim-tica-y-destrucci-n-programada-de-bosques---silvia-ribeiro-etc

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article critiques multilateral policy programs - such as the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) and the Clean Development Mechanism - that focus on using market incentives, such as carbon offsets, as the means to address deforestation and carbon emission issues linked to the climate change crisis. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Oil Fossil Fuel,  Environment ,  Carbon Emissions Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) Climate Change Deforestation Development Model Policy Clean Development Mechanism Kyoto Protocol

Title: Amazon Multimodal Axis of the IIRSA:The Pasto-Macoa Highway

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/eje-multimodal-amazonas-de-la-iirsa--la-carretera-pasto-mocoa

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This report examines the Pasto-Macoa Highway Project, an infrastructure project of the Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America (IIRSA). The project proposes to construct a highway from Pasto to Macoa within Colombia as part of the eventual construction of a transcontinental highway, from Tumaco, Colombia to Belem, Brazil, thereby providing a road linking the Pacific to the Atlantic. The article looks at issues surrounding this project, including the potential impact on indigenous communities. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Megaproject Amazon Colombia,  Environment ,  Brazil Peru Ecuador Road Highway Transportation Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America (IIRSA) Infrastructure Forest Communication Reserve Protected Area Development

Title: Rivers for Life: Building Social and Environmental Proposals

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/iirsa--la-amenaza-del-proyecto-de-hidrovia-industrial-sobre-los-rios-paraguay-parana

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This report focuses on the proposed Project of the Paraguay-Paraná, a strategy to use the Paraguay and Parana Rivers for the transport of soy, iron, and fuel. The Intergovernmental Committee of the Waterway (CIH) - which includes the governments of Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil - hopes to lower the cost of transport of these goods through the use of waterway transportation. This report looks at the impact such a strategy will have on the local environment and local communities. Report in Spanish. 20 pages.

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Subject:   Power Bolivia Argentina Paraguay Fossil Fuel,  Environment ,  Brazil Uruguay Intergovernmental Committee of the Waterway (CIH) Impact Soy Iron Water Transportation Infrastructure Fuel River Paraguay River Parana River Project of the Paraguay-Paraná

Title: IIRSA: The Two Faces of South American Integration

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/iirsa-el-doble-rostro-de-la-integracion-sudamericana

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the infrastructure projects proposed by the Initiative for South American Regional Integration (IIRSA). The Andean Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations (IOTC) has expressed concerns regarding the development and implementation of these projects and the social and environmental impacts these projects could have on indigenous communities in the region. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Biomass Oil Mines Hydroelectric Pipeline Power Bolivia Argentina Megaproject Biofuel Agreement Mineral Colombia,  Environment ,  Mining Chile Peru Andean Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations (IOTC) Initiative for South American Regional Integration (IIRSA) Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) Consultation Infrastructure Soybean Water Biodiversity Policy Impact Forest National Route 14 Garabi Hydroelectric Paraguay-Parana Project Northwest Pipeline Project (GNEA) Ecuador

Title: Oil Amnesia in Bolivia

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/la-amnesia-petrolera-en-bolivia

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses Decree 0676, adopted by the Bolivian government of Evo Morales on October 20, 2010, which doubled the size of the country's oil fields. The new areas for oil exploitation incorporate previously protected areas, including over 690,000 hectares of the Madidi National Park, 723,000 hectares of the Isiboro Sécure National Park and Indigenous Territory, 154 hectares of the Aguaragüe National Park, and 100,000 hectares of the Iñao National Park. The author provides a general overview of past conflicts over oil and oil disasters that have taken place within Bolivia. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Oil Bolivia,  Environment ,  Evo Morales Development Model Biodiversity Reserve Conservation Exploration Consultation

Title: The Community of Latin American and Caribbean Biofuels Will Expand and Accelerate the IIRSA

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/la-comunidad-de-estados-latinoamericanos-y-caribe-os-expandir--los-biocombustibles-y-acelerar--la-iirsa

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the ongoing efforts of Latin American and Caribbean governments to work together to promote the development of renewable and nonrenewable energy sources through new investments, geographical integration, physical infrastructure, and technology transfer in the region. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Solar Biomass Hydroelectric Wind Renewable Megaproject Biofuel Climate Agreement Geothermal Sustainable,  Environment ,  Peru Water Summit of Latin American and Caribbean Integration and Development (CALC) Sun Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA) Latin American and Caribbean Initiative for Sustainable Development (ILAC) Conservation Policy Fund for Technical Cooperation for Initiatives for Infrastructure Integration (FIRII) Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) National Waterways Development Plan (NHRP) Network of Waterways Amazon

Title: The Proclamation: Statement from the Congress of Indigenous Peoples of Colombia

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/la-proclama---palabra-del-congreso-de-los-pueblos-de-colombia

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article includes a statement from the Congress of Indigenous Peoples of Colombia that met in Bogota, Colombia between October 8-12, 2010. In the statement, the Congress of Indigenous Peoples calls for popular empowerment, the creation of a People's Constitution, and the establishment of a People's Legislative Agenda. As part of this statement, the Congress condemns the activities of transnational mining and energy companies in indigenous territories and the failure of the Colombian government to protect local communities and ensure community consultation concerning these mining and energy projects. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Mines Mineral Colombia,  Environment ,  Mining Policy Consultation Sovereignty Congress of Indigenous Peoples of Colombia

Title: Fighting for Life: The Rebellion en Bagua, Peru

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/luchando-por-la-vida--la-rebelion-en-bagua--peru

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the ecological threats - including oil extraction, deforestation, and mining - facing the Peruvian Amazon and its indigenous peoples. Article in Spanish. 10 pages.

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Subject:   Indigenous Oil Mines Ecology NGO Mineral Amazon,  Environment ,  Mining Peru Bagua Climate Change Worldview Conservation Biodiversity Traditional Knowledge Capital Transnational Multinational Deforestation Corporation Company Land Rights Movement

Title: Megaprojects:The Indigenous of Colombia in the Orinoco

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/megaproyectos--a-la-caza-del-indigena-colombiano-en-la-orinoquia--sergio-de-castro-sanchez

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the Recovery of the Meta River Project, an infrastructure project developed through the Initiative for Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA). The project aims to transform the Meta River - a major river located in the Orinoco Basin of Colombia and Venezuela - into a permanent waterway for shipping that serves to integrate the region. The article also looks at how this project relates to another project in the works, The Revival of the Orinoco Project. Throughout the article, the author highlights how these projects could potentially impact indigenous communities in the region, with a particular focus on the Caño Owl Reserve, located in Colombia. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Biomass Oil Megaproject Ecology Biofuel Agreement Biodiesel Colombia,  Environment ,  Carbon Emissions Bioethanol Infrastructure Transportation Venezuela Water River Recovery of the Meta River Project Revival of the Orinoco Project Regional Integration Policy Palm Sugarcane Coca Conservation Protected Area Reserve Forest Initiative for Integration of Regional Infrastructure of South America (IIRSA)

Title: Mining in Shuar Territory, Ecuador: The New Conflict in the Condor

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/mineria-en-territorio-shuar--ecuador---el-nuevo-conflicto-del-condor

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article examines the pressures on the Jivaro peoples and on local ecosystems of the Cordillera del Condor in Ecuador from mining companies. It looks at the clash of interests between local indigenous communities, environmental conservation, national development policies, and mining interests. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Mines Hydroelectric Mineral,  Environment ,  Mining Ecuador Jivaro Conservation Cordillera del Condor Biodiversity Consultation Protected Area

Title: Tensions Between Extractive and Redistribution in the Process of Change in Latin America

URL: http://www.abyayalacolectivo.com/web/compartir/noticia/tensiones-entre-extractivismo-y-redistribucion-en-los-procesos-de-cambio-de-america-latina--zibechi

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article includes a speech delivered by Raúl Zibechi, Uruguayan journalist and researcher, who spoke at the Social Forum of the Americas that was held at Asunción, Paraguay in August 2010. He speaks about the tensions inherent to the extractive model of development and the issues related to the redistribution of wealth under this model. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Oil Mines Hydroelectric Power Biofuel Mineral Amazon,  Environment ,  Mining Extraction Development Distribution Wealth Social Movement Water Inequality

Title: Argentina: Community Defends Its Way of Life Against the Ravages of Mining and Quarrying

URL: http://www.biodiversidadla.org/Principal/Agencia_de_Noticias_Biodiversidadla/Argentina_Comunidad_kolla_defiende_su_modo_de_vida_ante_embates_de_la_mineria_extractiva

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article contains an interview with Matthias Quispe, a spokesperson for the community of Santa Ana de la Puna, which is located in the department of Cochinoca, in the province of Jujuy, in northwestern Argentina. Matthias Quispe discusses the threat that mining operations in the area pose to the indigenous way of life in the community of Santa Ana de la Puna. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Mines Alternative Andes Region Argentina Mineral Lithium,  Environment ,  Mining Water Consultation

Title: Tell Ikea that Palm Oil Candles Destroy the Forest

URL: http://www.biodiversidadla.org/Principal/Contenido/Campanas_y_Acciones/Repitale_a_Ikea_que_las_velas_de_aceite_de_palma_destruyen_la_selva

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article calls for resistance to Ikea's production and sale of palm oil candles on the basis that palm oil production is destroying the environment, the climate, and human life. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Biomass Renewable Alternative Biofuel Biodiesel Sustainable,  Environment ,  Greenwashing Candle Palm Oil RSPO Certification Ikea

Title: Indigenous Peoples Forum on Mining, Climate Change, and Good Living

URL: http://www.biodiversidadla.org/Principal/Contenido/Documentos/Foro_de_los_Pueblos_Indigenas_mineria_cambio_climatico_y_buen_vivir

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article includes a statement made by the Indigenous Peoples Forum on Mining, Climate Change, and Good Living that was held in Lima, Peru from November 18-20, 2010. The statement includes a section explicitly focusing on mining issues, in which forum participants assert their right to consultation concerning all mining projects that affect their communities and a demand for the annulment of all mining concessions in which indigenous communities were not consulted. The statement also includes a section dedicated to climate change, in which forum participants explicitly reject the development of a carbon market and assert that the development of the biofuel industry threatens food security. The statement is signed by a multitude of non-governmental indigenous organizations from various parts of the world. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Mines Ecology Climate NGO Mineral,  Environment ,  Mining Consultation Food Security Food Sovereignty Climate Change Biodiversity

Title: Brazil Wants to Forgo Environment Precaution with Biofuels

URL: http://www.biodiversidadla.org/Principal/Contenido/Noticias/Brasil_quer_afastar_precaucao_ambiental_de_agrocombustiveis

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article examines the Brazilian governments position concerning the development of the biofuel industry, as expressed by government officials at the Tenth Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Biodiversity, held in Nagoya, Japan from October 18-29, 2010. Article in Portuguese.

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Subject:   Biomass Alternative Biofuel Biodiesel,  Environment ,  Bioethanol Biodiversity

Title: Chile: Aymara Coordinator Rejects Statements by Secretary of Mining and Corema

URL: http://www.biodiversidadla.org/Principal/Contenido/Noticias/Chile_coordinadora_aymara_rechaza_declaraciones_de_Subsecretario_de_Mineria_y_Corema

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article contains a statement from the Aymara Coordinators of Natural Resources Defense. The statement is a response to comments made by Pablo Warner y la Corema, the Chilean Mining Secretary, in the newspaper La Estrella de Arica in November 2010, concerning the consultation of local indigenous communities and the requirements of ILO Convention 169. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Mines NGO Mineral Thermal,  Environment ,  Mining Chile Consultation ILO Convention 169 Policy Water Aymara

Title: Agroenergy: Does It Serve Life or Capital?

URL: http://www.biodiversidadla.org/Principal/Contenido/Noticias/La_agroenergia_sirve_a_la_vida_o_al_capital

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the development of biofuels and energy sustainability within the context of a capitalist development model. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Biomass Renewable Biofuel Fossil Fuel Sustainable,  Environment ,  Climate Change Economic Development

Title: Chesapeake Bay Trust

URL: http://www.cbtrust.org/

Collection: Maryland Independent Agencies

Organization: Maryland State Archives

Captured 11 times between Apr 01, 2011 and Jan 03, 2013

Subject:   Chesapeake Bay,  Environment ,  Grants Education

Title: Climatico: Independent Analysis of Climate Policy

URL: http://www.climaticoanalysis.org/

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: Based in the United States, Climatico focuses on the latest developments in national-level, climate change policy throughout the world. The site aims to assess government policies and provide independent analysis from a network of researchers and climate change experts. Articles in English.

Captured 20 times between Jul 02, 2010 and Nov 27, 2012

Subject:   Biomass Hydroelectric Biofuel Climate Agreement,  Environment ,  Brazil Technology Renewable Energy Carbon Emissions

Title: Department of Natural Resources

URL: http://www.dnr.state.md.us/

Collection: Maryland Departments

Organization: Maryland State Archives

Description: The official webpage of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

Captured 11 times between Apr 19, 2011 and Jan 03, 2013

Videos: 243 Videos Captured

Subject:   Natural Resources Parks Wildlife,  Environment

Title: Marcona Wind Park Project Advances

URL: http://www.energias-renovables.com/america/ContenidoseccionesAm.asp?ID=14&Cod=1556&Tipo=&Nombre=Noticias

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: The Environmental Impact Study submitted by the Windfarm Company concerning the project to install 16 wind turbines was approved by the General Directory of Environmental and Energy Affairs, under the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM). Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Power Wind Renewable,  Environment ,  Peru

Title: Invasive Species | Great Lakes | US EPA

URL: http://www.epa.gov/glnpo/invasive/asiancarp/

Collection: Asian Carp in the Great Lakes

Organization: University of Michigan, School of Information

Captured 2 times between Mar 18, 2011 and Mar 20, 2011

Subject:   Invasive species Fish,  Environment

Title: Interview with Chico Mendes

URL: http://www.everde.cl/2011/01/amazonia-entrevista-chico-mendes.html

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article includes a fictional interview with Chico Mendes, a rubber tapper and environmental activist that was murdered in 1988 by ranchers to end his defense of the Brazilian rainforest. The interview considers what Mendes' response to the current state of affairs in Brazil and the Amazon would be if he had not been killed. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Amazon,  Environment ,  Brazil Chico Mendes Rubber Deforestation Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Development Conservation

Title: The Earth Foundation (La Fundación TIERRA)

URL: http://www.ftierra.org/ft/

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: Based in Bolivia, The Earth Foundation is an NGO that aims to promote and support the sustainable development of rural indigenous communities in the country. It features articles on energy issues, with an emphasis on mining and oil extraction. Articles in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and German.

Captured 10 times between Nov 19, 2010 and Nov 27, 2012

Videos: 6 Videos Captured

Subject:   Solar Indigenous Biomass Oil Mines Pollution Hydroelectric Wind Latin America Bolivia Nuclear Minerals Biofuel Ethanol Climate Uranium Lithium,  Environment

Title: Department of the Environment

URL: http://www.mde.state.md.us/

Collection: Maryland Departments

Organization: Maryland State Archives

Description: The official webpage of the Maryland Department of the Environment.

Captured 11 times between Apr 19, 2011 and Jan 03, 2013

Videos: 332 Videos Captured

Subject:   Environment ,  Natural Resources

Title: Maryland Environmental Service

URL: http://www.menv.com/

Collection: Maryland Independent Agencies

Organization: Maryland State Archives

Captured 11 times between Apr 01, 2011 and Jan 03, 2013

Subject:   Chesapeake Bay,  Environment ,  Natural Resources Sustainability

Title: Argentina: Resistance to Chinese Plan to Expand Soy in Patagonia

URL: http://www.tierramerica.info/nota.php?lang=esp&idnews=3773

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the concern expressed by a number of environmental and social organizations in Argentina concerning an agreement with China to expand soybean production in the southern Argentine province of Río Negro. They are concerned that the expansion of soybean production could pose a threat to the region's biodiversity and food sovereignty. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Biomass Trade Latin America Argentina Biofuel NGO Agreement,  Environment ,  China Food Sovereignty Soybean Food Security Biodiversity

Title: Environmental Crime to Be Paid in Peru

URL: http://www.tierramerica.info/nota.php?lang=esp&idnews=3851&olt=510

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article examines issues surrounding the establishment of penalties by the Ministry of the Environment in Peru for companies found guilty of committing environmental crimes in the country. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Oil Mines Pollution Andes Region Mineral Amazon,  Environment ,  Mining Andean Region Peru Destruction Contamination Forest Deforestation River Policy Law Government Policy

Title: China and Brazil Inundate Latin America with Dams

URL: http://www.tierramerica.info/nota.php?lang=esp&idnews=3856&olt=511

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article discusses the growing competition between China and Brazil concerning capital investments in energy projects within Latin America. These projects include hydroelectric dams, geothermal projects, and oil and mineral exploration in Ecuador, Peru, Nicaragua, and Brazil. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Oil Mines Hydroelectric Power Megaproject Mineral Geothermal Amazon,  Environment ,  Mining Brazil Peru Dam China Water Ecuador Deforestation

Title: "The Sentence Against Chevron is Enforceable, Because it is Just"

URL: http://www.tierramerica.info/nota.php?lang=esp&idnews=3872&olt=514

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

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Subject:   Oil Pollution,  Environment ,  Chevron Ecuador Regulation Court Destruction

Title: Soybean Biodiesel Produces Genetic Mutations

URL: http://www.tierramerica.info/nota.php?lang=esp&idnews=eco&nro=503

Collection: LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Organization: University of New Mexico

Description: This article identifies a study into the environmental impact of soybean biodiesel versus regular diesel. The study found that the soybean biodiesel produced genetic mutations in organic material. This would have implications in the case of a biodiesel spill. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Biomass Biofuel Biogas Biodiesel,  Environment ,  Brazil Soybean

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