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A Travel Photographer Shares Lessons from Tribes Around the World | The Creators Project

A Travel Photographer Shares Lessons from Tribes Around the World | The Creators Project | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
Jimmy Nelson talks three decades of humbling, embarrassing, and informing stories from traveling around the world.
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BREAKING: Amazon oil spill puts Peruvian communities at risk

BREAKING: Amazon oil spill puts Peruvian communities at risk | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
new oil spill from the pipeline that carries crude oil from the northern Peruvian Amazon across the Andes Mountains to the Pacific coast has raised fears of yet more pollution of the water and fish on which indigenous villages and riverside...
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Latin America is the world's deadliest region for environmental activists

Latin America is the world's deadliest region for environmental activists | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
More environmentalists were murdered in Latin America in 2015 than anywhere else in the world, according to a report by Global Witness
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Why are there so few women in power? – podcast

Why are there so few women in power? – podcast | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
In the Global development podcast this month, Liz Ford looks at the barriers to women reaching leadership positions, from discrimination to social conditioning, and speaks to organisations attempting to bridge the gender gap...
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Coca-Cola under fire over ad showing Coke handout to indigenous people

Coca-Cola under fire over ad showing Coke handout to indigenous peopleConsumer rights and health groups are calling on the Mexican government to ban a ...
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Forest, Indigenous People and Economic Independence

The existence of the forest and all of its potentials are a life force for the indigenous peoples living around the forest area. Realizing the strategic function of the ...
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The tide is turning on globalisation

The tide is turning on globalisation | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
Rising economic nationalism is starting to choke trade and threaten global growth.
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The impact of climate change on the achievement of the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals

This year, governments will agree Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period to 2030, and a new global climate agreement, to take effect from 2020.

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Amnesty investigates impact of resource extraction on indigenous communities

Amnesty investigates impact of resource extraction on indigenous communities | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
Women are likely left vulnerable in towns with large numbers of transient men, researchers believe
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An indigenous declaration in Kalimantan looks to make history

An indigenous declaration in Kalimantan looks to make history | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
Indigenous Dayak people map their lands in Indonesia.
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Green Growth: A New Model for Sustainable Development in Asia

To achieve sustainable economic growth in Asia, a new economic model is needed that boosts development, reduces poverty, and provides a high quality of life.
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Transitioning from the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals

15 years ago, the United Nations set out 8 Millennium Development Goals to tackle extreme poverty and improve people's lives around the world. Today, 700 ...
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USAID Empowers Indigenous Women to Take Part in Forest Governance

It's time to see the forest for the trees. Indigenous women play a huge role in forest governance and policymakers should seek their opinions to participate in ...
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Welcome to the Anthropocene: Nuclear testing and pollution have pushed Earth into a new epoch

Geologists offer new definition of the Anthropocene epoch to the International Geological Congress in Cape Town. The Anthropocene epoch would put an end to the 12,000-year-old Holocene epoch
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First Nations playing growing role in resource development: study

First Nations playing growing role in resource development: study | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
New research is laying out the growing involvement of First Nations in resource development and concludes aboriginal people will likely call more of the industry's shots in the future.
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Dead Sea drying: A new low-point for Earth - BBC News

Dead Sea drying: A new low-point for Earth - BBC News | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
The Dead Sea is one of the great ecological treasures of the world but it is shrinking at an alarming rate, as Kevin Connolly reports.
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Pacific Islands bear brunt of climate change, says activists

Dozens of activists at the COP 21 summit in Paris have taken part in the so-called Run for your Life, a relay race from the Arctic across northern Europe to the ...
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Thousands are fleeing the Pacific islands on the front line of climate change

Thousands are fleeing the Pacific islands on the front line of climate change | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
A human exodus is under way across the Pacific Islands as global warming unleashes a barrage of cyclones, floods, storm surges and droughts, a report warns.
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Indigenous people ignored in climate plans, seek voice at UN talks - Thomson Reuters Foundation

Indigenous people ignored in climate plans, seek voice at UN talks - Thomson Reuters Foundation | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
Only a handful of governments included indigenous land and forest management in national pledges for Paris deal
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Multicultural celebration highlights Latino traditions

Multicultural celebration highlights Latino traditions | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
MU Voz Latina sponsored an event that featured a flag parade, live music and speakers.
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The Sustainable Development Goals and the Law

The 2nd Webinar of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL) Early Career Group. This webinar explores the interaction between the ...
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How Globalisation And Emerging Markets Are Transforming Communications

ICCO Global Summit, Milan 2015 Brad Staples: Chief Executive Officer, APCO Worldwide.
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Brazil hosts first World Indigenous Games in Palmas

Brazil hosts first World Indigenous Games in Palmas | Development, multiculturalism and globalisation | Scoop.it
Athletes from dozens of indigenous ethnic groups are taking part in the first World Indigenous Games Palmas, Brazil.
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Ecological Economics : scarcity and boundary

A overview of Ecological Economics concepts, as relates to the biophysical world.
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The first contact with an indigenous tribe in the Amazon Documentary 2014

Indigenous tribesmen living deep in the Peruvian rainforest have emerged into the outside world to seek help, after suffering a murderous attack by probable ...
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