• pamacc news: indigenous forest communities cry foul

    PAMACC News: Indigenous forest communities cry foul

    Indigenous forest communities cry foul as Cameroon suppresses annual forest royalties By Elias Ntungwe Ngalame Indigenous forest communities in Cameroon are protesting a new decision by the government that deprives them of their right to benefit from land and forest royalties and improvement of

  • pamacc news: february 2016 blogspot

    PAMACC News: February 2016 blogspot

    Indigenous forest communities cry foul as Cameroon suppresses annual forest royalties. By Elias Ntungwe Ngalame Indigenous forest communities in Cameroon are protesting a new decision by the government that deprives them of their right to benefit from land and forest royalties and improvement of livelihood. Read more » Posted by PAMACC at 1:05:00 AM No comments: Email This BlogThis!

  • greens cry foul over denial of forest rights

    Greens cry foul over denial of forest rights

    Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and tribal communities, sparking criticism it is being...

  • conservationists cry foul over india’s landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest

    2016-11-18· India News; Conservationists cry foul over India's landmark forest rights law; Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest rights law The Forest Rights Act gives indigenous people and forest dwellers rights to manage and

  • africa: indigenous people cry foul over redd+

    Africa: Indigenous People Cry Foul Over Redd+

    At a press conference on the fringes of the on-going COP17 the Global Forest Coalition, made up of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and Indigenous Peoples' Organisation (IPOs) from across the

  • sengwer community cry foul over harrasment

    SENGWER COMMUNITY CRY FOUL OVER HARRASMENT

    2018-01-07· Tesetai kobitu terchinet eng kwenutab kipagenegitap timwek nebo Kenya Forest Service ak pororyetab Sengwer chemengishei eng timdo nebo Embobut eng komasta nebo Marakwet ole kamwa mengichotok kole

  • conservationists cry foul over india’s landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest

    2016-11-18· India News; Conservationists cry foul over India's landmark forest rights law; Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest rights law The Forest Rights Act gives indigenous people and forest dwellers rights to manage and

  • africa: indigenous people cry foul over redd+

    Africa: Indigenous People Cry Foul Over Redd+

    At a press conference on the fringes of the on-going COP17 the Global Forest Coalition, made up of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and Indigenous Peoples' Organisation (IPOs) from across the

  • conservationists cry foul over india's landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India's landmark forest

    MUMBAI, Nov 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and

  • sengwer community cry foul over

    SENGWER COMMUNITY CRY FOUL OVER

    2018-01-07· Tesetai kobitu terchinet eng kwenutab kipagenegitap timwek nebo Kenya Forest Service ak pororyetab Sengwer chemengishei eng timdo nebo Embobut eng komasta nebo Marakwet ole kamwa mengichotok kole

  • philippines: indigenous groups cry foul on new mining

    Philippines: Indigenous Groups Cry Foul On New Mining

    Alyansa Tigil Mina (ATM) and its member groups gave the thumbs down to the new mining EO of the Aquino administration, stating that it is inadequate, unresponsive and misleading. They said that while Executive Order 79 appears to be addressing the major concerns of communities and civil society organizations, “many of these provisions in the []

  • ‘punished’: bolivian communities opposed to highway cry

    ‘Punished’: Bolivian communities opposed to highway cry

    2018-11-22· Environmental science and conservation news. Indigenous leaders from 14 villages settled within the TIPNIS nature reserve say that government programs and

  • lumads appeal for release of logs; greens cry foul

    Lumads appeal for release of logs; Greens cry foul

    2012-06-10· BUTUAN CITY (MindaNews/09 June) Tribal chieftains from Agusan del Sur and a town in Agusan del Norte have come out to claim ownership of some 2,400 confiscated Lauan logs seized along Agusan River here on June 3 and appealed to the city mayor during a

  • conservationists cry foul over india’s landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest rights law By RINA CHANDRAN REUTERS · Image by STACEY WESCHE / FOREST BUSINESS NETWORK Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and tribal communities, sparking criticism it is being exploited for financial gain and leading to

  • cameroon: listening to indigenous peoples nature

    Cameroon: listening to indigenous peoples Nature

    Cameroon: listening to indigenous peoples. A report by the Forest Peoples' Programme (FPP) criticizes the REDD forest-emissions reduction process in Cameroon for its perceived lack of measures to

  • conservationists cry foul over india's landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India's landmark forest

    By Rina Chandran MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and tribal communities, sparking criticism it is being exploited for financial gain and leading to

  • lumads appeal for release of logs; greens cry foul

    Lumads appeal for release of logs; Greens cry foul

    2012-06-10· BUTUAN CITY (MindaNews/09 June) Tribal chieftains from Agusan del Sur and a town in Agusan del Norte have come out to claim ownership of some 2,400 confiscated Lauan logs seized along Agusan River here on June 3 and appealed to the city mayor during a

  • conservationists cry foul over india’s landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India’s landmark forest rights law By RINA CHANDRAN REUTERS · Image by STACEY WESCHE / FOREST BUSINESS NETWORK Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and tribal communities, sparking criticism it is being exploited for financial gain and leading to

  • conservationists cry foul over india's landmark forest

    Conservationists cry foul over India's landmark forest

    By Rina Chandran MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and tribal communities, sparking criticism it is being exploited for financial gain and leading to

  • families cry foul over cnrp tv open development

    Families cry foul over CNRP TV Open Development

    Thirty-five families from Kandal province have written to the opposition CNRP requesting the return of more than $1,300 they say they donated to the party to support the establishment of its television station, citing concerns about embezzlement.

  • in other news: environmental stories from around the web

    In other news: Environmental stories from around the web

    2020-01-10· Indigenous groups in India cry foul about a rule requiring reforestation for any forest loss . Lemurs in Madagascar need a more organized reforestation effort to save them, a scientist says ( The

  • unionists cry foul over rejection open development

    Unionists cry foul over rejection Open Development

    K-Cement workers who were told they could not form a company-wide union because their workplaces were “separate” entities have now had their application to register individual unions rejected by the Ministry of Labour, union leaders said yesterday. Sok Kin, vice president of the Building and Woodworkers Trade Union Federation of Cambodia, said the ministry had []

  • brazil indigenous agency worker killed in remote amazon

    Brazil indigenous agency worker killed in remote Amazon

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) Indigenist Maxciel Pereira dos Santos was murdered execution-style before members of his family in the Amazon town of Tabatinga, according to INA, a union group representing

  • indigenous people in india and the web of indifference

    Indigenous people in India and the web of indifference

    GOVERNANCE Indigenous people in India and the web of indifference On the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we bring together the stories of exclusion, oppression, and at times, recognition By Karnika Bahuguna, Madhu Ramnath,Kumar Sambhav Shrivastava, Richard Mahapatra, M Suchitra, Anupam Chakravartty

  • urgent appeal against the forced eviction of sengwer

    Urgent appeal against the forced eviction of Sengwer

    2013-12-23· Urgent appeal against the forced eviction of Sengwer communities in Kenya . News article. Publication date. 23 December, 2013. Region. Kenya. Work theme . Law & Policy. Rights to land & natural resources. Featured topic. Illegal and forceful evictions of the Sengwer indigenous people from their ancestral lands in the Cherangany Hills, Kenya. Tags. Illegal and forceful evictions of the

  • residents cry foul as investor puts up private forest

    Residents cry foul as investor puts up private forest

    2011-03-03· Residents cry foul as investor puts up private forest . Thursday March 3 2011. Advertisement By GITONGA MARETE [email protected] The destruction of indigenous trees has raised the hackles of the

  • urgent appeal against the forced eviction of sengwer

    Urgent appeal against the forced eviction of Sengwer

    2013-12-23· Urgent appeal against the forced eviction of Sengwer communities in Kenya . News article. Publication date. 23 December, 2013. Region. Kenya. Work theme . Law & Policy. Rights to land & natural resources. Featured topic. Illegal and forceful evictions of the Sengwer indigenous people from their ancestral lands in the Cherangany Hills, Kenya. Tags. Illegal and forceful evictions of the

  • residents cry foul as investor puts up private forest

    Residents cry foul as investor puts up private forest

    2011-03-03· Residents cry foul as investor puts up private forest . Thursday March 3 2011. Advertisement By GITONGA MARETE [email protected] The destruction of indigenous trees has raised the hackles of the

  • news the chronicle herald

    News The Chronicle Herald

    The best source of local news in Nova Scotia, featuring articles from The Chronicle Herald, breaking news, sports, entertainment, business, and national news.

  • kenyan government’s forced evictions threaten cultural

    Kenyan Government’s forced evictions threaten cultural

    2014-01-27· The lead article in the last FPP E-Newsletter focused on the superb progress the Ogiek of Chepkitale, Mount Elgon, Kenya, have made in their efforts to secure their forests and livelihoods by writing down their sustainability bylaws and embarking on the process of enforcing them. This process has resulted in their arresting charcoal burners, and the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) has now begun

  • brazil indigenous affairs official fired amid push to

    Brazil indigenous affairs official fired amid push to

    By Lisandra Paraguassu BRASILIA (Reuters) The head of Brazil's indigenous affairs agency said on Tuesday he was fired due to pressure from the agriculture ministry which under President Jair

  • duterte foes cry foul as philippine police push sedition

    Duterte foes cry foul as Philippine police push sedition

    MANILA (Reuters) Opponents of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte expressed shock and outrage on Friday at police moves to charge dozens of them with sedition, calling it persecution aimed at

  • soldiers cry foul over 'land grabbing' open development

    Soldiers cry foul over 'land grabbing' Open Development

    About 1,500 representatives of military families in Oddar Meanchey province are planning to file a complaint directly to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s office accusing a high-ranking Royal Cambodian Armed Forces general of selling a large chunk of their land to two Vietnamese rubber companies. The soldiers, commanders and deputy commanders living on the land in []

  • orang asli villagers cry foul over a new hydroelectric

    Orang Asli villagers cry Foul over a new Hydroelectric

    Orang Asli villagers cry Foul over a new Hydroelectric Dam in Perak. Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Environment. Orang Asli people in Gopeng, Perak, protest the building of a hydroelectric dam in their area. Photo Credit: Free River Campaign via Facebook. Hydroelectric dams look good on paper. They are far cleaner

  • iván paredes tamayo archives conservation news

    Iván Paredes Tamayo Archives Conservation news

    ‘Punished’: Bolivian communities opposed to highway cry foul over neglect by Iván Paredes Tamayo 22 November 2018 Life is hard for the community of Trinidadcito, but its people don’t feel poor.

  • conservationists cry foul over india's landmark forest

    Conservationists Cry Foul Over India's Landmark Forest

    Conservationists Cry Foul Over India's Landmark Forest Rights Law BY :RINA CHANDRAN Almost four times as many individual as community claims have been lodged under a landmark Indian law to protect the rights of forest dwellers and tribal communities, sparking criticism it is being exploited for financial gain and leading to deforestation. The Forest Rights Act (FRA) gives indigenous people

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