Tuesday, October 24, 2017
LAB has been listening to leaders of Brazil's social movements to hear the messages they want to get across to the 10,000 journalists in Rio for the Olympics.
Brazil's new government has dissolved INCRA, threatening land rights of the country's quilombos
Planned new legislation will encourage deforestation − at a time when fires caused by the serious drought are destroying vast areas of forest.
The last episode in Brazil's fast-moving political drama around the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff gives us more arrests, head-butting and fisticuffs.
Report foresees failed hydropower and reduced harvests by 2040
With the extreme right in control of the Brazilian Congress, ethics has been stood on its head and events beggar belief. Jan Rocha reports from Sāo Paulo.
Even though its carbon emissions are comparable with those of most European countries, Argentina's new climate plan is disappointingly timid.
Increasingly abandoned by her old left-wing allies and viciously attacked by the right, President Dilma Rousseff looks increasingly lonely. Impeachment has become a real possibility.
June 22 marks the third anniversary of the overthrow of Fernando Lugo, the president who seemed to offer new hope to the country. What has changed over these years?
In Machynlleth, mid Wales, the El Sueño Existe festival will be held in July-August, highlighting Colombia and eco-socialism.

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