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Sustainable Agriculture in Brazil CHAPTER 2 – PRESERVED AREAS IN BRAZIL NATIVE VEGETATION CONSERVATION Brazil is and will be increasingly recognized as an agricultural and environmental power. The en­tire grain (corn, rice, soybeans, beans … ), fiber (cotton, cellulose … ) and agro-energy (sugarcane, energy forests … ) production occupies 9% of the country, entailing

Indians Don’t Want to “Live in the Pre-Colonial Period”

Paresis Indians want to expand farming and master up-to-date technology.   This year, the Paresi people of the Utiariti indigenous land proceeded to harvest with up-to-date technology the nearly 4,000 hectares of corn they had sowed. In February, their modern machines had harvested 9,000 hectares of soybeans, according to a report in the daily Folha

Avvenire’s Eco-catastrophism: Fun but Worrisome

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The ecologist delirium In the Catholic camp is reaching unimaginable heights. A great example of this is the daily newspaper of the Italian Bishops’ Conference. It is difficult not to notice the eco-catastrophist drift affecting a whole section of the Catholic world these days. Convinced of faithfully following the guidelines of Pope Francis, bishops, parish

The Agenda Behind Global Warming Alarmism

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There is plenty of other evidence that CO2 is trivial to climate change. For starters: Water vapor is by far the most important greenhouse gas, providing 96% to 98% of any greenhouse effect. Here’s an intriguing question for you: In a room 20 feet by 20 feet with a ten foot ceiling, how many matches

LifeSiteNews interviews Editor of Pan-Amazon Synod Watch

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Peruvian expert in liberation theology reveals ‘scheme’ behind the Amazon Synod ROME, June 22, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The upcoming synod of bishops on the Amazon region is a “scheme” aimed at “revamping” the Church according to the “most radical versions of liberation theology,” a Peruvian author has said. Julio Loredo, president of the Italian branch

The Amazon Train Has Left. Next Stop: Germany

A few days ago, in his blog Settimo Cielo, the well-known Vaticanist Sandro Magister published this commentary on the current state of the work for the coming Pan-Amazon Synod. We invite all our readers to read it: On Monday, June 17, the Synod on the Amazon, to be convened in Rome in October, was given

Climate Change Narrative is Driven by Agenda of Political Control – Myron Ebell

A very interesting video about climate change. See the description: This is American Thought Leaders, and I’m Jan Jekielek. Today we sit down with Myron Ebell, the Director of Global Warming and International Environmental Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a non-profit think tank that promotes limited government, free enterprise, and individual liberty. We explore