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farmlandgrab.org | Philippines: Oil palm expansion is tearing apart indigenous peoples lives

farmlandgrab.org | Philippines: Oil palm expansion is tearing apart indigenous peoples lives | The Big Blue | Scoop.it

March 27, 2013 Food Crisis and The Global Land Grab

The Philippine Government has depicted oil palm as the “tree of peace”, of “economic growth” and overall as best environmentally friendly option for eradicating rural poverty while reducing dependence on imported edible oils. It also claims that only ‘idle’ and ‘underdeveloped’ land should be converted into oil palm plantations. However, according the impacted indigenous communities, oil palm expansion is bringing havoc to their lives by destroying their farmlands, hunting grounds and forest products, polluting their water sources and thus impoverishing them to an unprecedented level... http://farmlandgrab.org/post/view/21861

 

PALM OIL ECOCIDE - VIDEO

FORESTS ARE FALLING ACROSS BORNEO WITH ALL LIFE WITHIN THEM http://www.scoop.it/t/biodiversity-is-life/p/1510088038/palm-oil-ecocide-video-forests-are-falling-across-borneo-with-all-life-within-them

 

 


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Rescooped by Kaylen Kilfeather from Corporate "Social" Responsibility – #CSR #Sustainability #SocioEconomic #Community #Brands #Environment
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farmlandgrab.org | Philippines: Oil palm expansion is tearing apart indigenous peoples lives

farmlandgrab.org | Philippines: Oil palm expansion is tearing apart indigenous peoples lives | The Big Blue | Scoop.it

March 27, 2013 Food Crisis and The Global Land Grab

The Philippine Government has depicted oil palm as the “tree of peace”, of “economic growth” and overall as best environmentally friendly option for eradicating rural poverty while reducing dependence on imported edible oils. It also claims that only ‘idle’ and ‘underdeveloped’ land should be converted into oil palm plantations. However, according the impacted indigenous communities, oil palm expansion is bringing havoc to their lives by destroying their farmlands, hunting grounds and forest products, polluting their water sources and thus impoverishing them to an unprecedented level... http://farmlandgrab.org/post/view/21861

 

PALM OIL ECOCIDE - VIDEO

FORESTS ARE FALLING ACROSS BORNEO WITH ALL LIFE WITHIN THEM http://www.scoop.it/t/biodiversity-is-life/p/1510088038/palm-oil-ecocide-video-forests-are-falling-across-borneo-with-all-life-within-them

 

 


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Guilt Free Goliath #Groupers A predator...decisions? ~ potential #biocontrol agent for the invasive #lionfish.

Guilt Free Goliath #Groupers A predator...decisions? ~ potential #biocontrol agent for the invasive #lionfish. | The Big Blue | Scoop.it
PRESS RELEASE Overfishing, not goliath groupers, causes declines in Florida lobster and snapper stocks. Study finds critically endangered goliath groupers are not to blame for declining lobster and...

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