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Informativo Terrazul Ano I Número I - English Version

Thursday 21 July 2005 par Zacharias Bezerra de Oliveira
EDITORIAL
After some months of preparation, with accomplishment of Workshops of Sensitization happened in different quarters of Fortaleza; with representatives of Youth Terrazul, Movement of the Boys and Girls of the Streets and pupils of the course of Technology of the Environment of the Cefet; of the region metropolitan of Fortaleza; of the Bulk of the Baturité; of the Central Hinterland; of the Region North; of Region of the Mountain range; of the Region South Center; of Region of the (...)

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Mass Struggle is the Only Road! Social Movements Indaba Statement

Friday 15 October 2004 par terrazul
The Social Movements Indaba, together with many social movements from all over the world, hereby declare that: The World Summit on Sustainable Development, held in the super-rich suburb of Sandton, Johannesburg, has come and gone. The world’s poor, and the earth’s deteriorating environment have benefited nothing from the Summit. Instead of a lift out of poverty and a healthier environment, the world can look forward to a deepening of poverty on a global scale, and to a further deterioration (...)

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The Global People’s Forum Civil Society Declaration

Friday 15 October 2004 par terrazul
24 August - 3 September A Sustainable World Is Possible
We, the delegates to the Global People’s Forum, representing the people of the world, meeting at Nasrec, Johannesburg, from 24 August to 3 September 2002, hereby submit the following declaration which pronounces our convictions, commitment and call for renewed action towards the attainment of the ideals of sustainable development. We are the major social groups named in Agenda 21 including, women, youth, labour, indigenous peoples, (...)

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DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES AND OBJECTIVES

Thursday 14 October 2004 par terrazul
There is no future for any political concept that is not ecologically sustainable. The ecological crisis is a global phenomenon that must be dealt with on local and global level with the same intensity. In its offensive form, in order to transform everything into property and commodity, the capital patents life, takes possession of biodiversity, wants to impose GMO products and privatize, turn into commodity and control forest reserves and water.
To understand that the capitalist production (...)

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