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... OF BIODIVERSITY   Undoubtedly, the increased assault, by this military exercise will eventually have a serious impact on Biodiversity. While US signed but not ratified the Biodiversity the ...
Monday, 06 April 2009
... has failed to discharge its obligations under the Convention on Biological Diversity to prevent the loss or reduction of biodiversity in a region rich in biodiversity, and has contributed to irreversible ...
Thursday, 02 April 2009
... of climate change.55. Promote organic agriculture, and institute a fair and just transition program for workers and communities affected by the conversion to organic agriculture.56. Protect biodiversity ...
Wednesday, 01 April 2009
... by the conversion to organic agriculture. 56. Protect biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity" - resulting from genetic engineering. ...
Tuesday, 31 March 2009
... radiation to which man humans are exposed; *NATO has failed to discharge its obligations under the Convention on Biological Diversity to prevent the loss or reduction of biodiversity in a region ...
Sunday, 29 March 2009
... environmental factors, such as ecosystem health and biodiversity. (Chapter 5: Demographic dynamics and sustainability 5.23.) Protection and promotion of human health • To develop and ...
Sunday, 22 March 2009
... of land/water ecosystems, with particular attentions to wetlands and biodiversity, and the satisfaction of basic human needs for drinking-water, health protection and food security] (Prep Com bracketed ...
Wednesday, 10 December 2008
... by the conversion to organic agriculture. 56. To protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity"--resulting from genetic engineering. ...
Monday, 01 December 2008
... and to institute a fair and just transition program for workers and communities affected by the conversion to organic agriculture. 56. To protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention ...
Saturday, 08 November 2008
Obama

(International/Peace News)
... protect biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity" - resulting from genetic engineering.43. To be forthright in acknowledging that the Biosafety ...
Saturday, 23 August 2008
... Convention on Biological Diversity to prevent the loss or reduction of biodiversity in a region rich in biodiversity, and has contributed to irreversible environmental devastation; • NATO has ...
Monday, 18 August 2008
... deterioration of the food supply and of heritage seeds; (51) the destroying of biodiversity and disregarding the obligations to not defeat the purpose of the Convention on Biological Diversity; (52) the ...
Monday, 11 August 2008
... measures to prevent the threat. (56) Canada has continued to the destroy biodiversity not only in Canada but even in the United States, through the transboundary impact on the Canadian company, ...
Sunday, 03 August 2008
... Under the Convention on Biological Diversity, there is an obligation to conserve biodiversity and carbon sinks and to invoke the precautionary principle: "...where there is a threat of significant reduction ...
Thursday, 05 June 2008
...  42. To protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity"--resulting from genetic engineering. 43. To be forthright in acknowledging ...
Tuesday, 03 June 2008
2008 May 29 Harper, Canada and Biodiversity: Time to dispel the myths, not perpetuate them: PEJ News- Joan Russow (PhD) - Global Compliance Research Project - In a CBC report, the following ...
Thursday, 29 May 2008
... its willingness to destroy biodiversity in its quest to satisfy the US demand for “reliable source of energy in the oil sands, and to protect the Canadian agribusiness industry; through its failure ...
Tuesday, 27 May 2008
... that all international environmental agreements ratified by Canada would take precedence over NAFTA. Yet, Canada has never been willing to invoke provisions in the Biodiversity Convention or the Framework ...
Thursday, 22 May 2008
... including water, air, biodiversity, forests, energy sources and land - and meet basic needs thereby providing a healthy living and working environment for all and reducing the ecological footprint of human ...
Friday, 02 May 2008
... animal and micro-organism communities and their non-living environment interacting as a functional unit (Convention on Biological Diversity, UNCED, 1992). Biodiversity is defined as “the variability ...
Monday, 21 April 2008
... the loss or reduction of biodiversity in a region rich in biodiversity, and has contributed to irreversible environmental devastation; • NATO Campaign in the former has failed to act on a ...
Tuesday, 01 April 2008
... factors, such as ecosystem health and biodiversity. (Chapter 5: Demographic dynamics and sustainability 5.23.) Protection and promotion of human health • To develop and strengthen primary ...
Thursday, 27 March 2008
Zoos Silent on Elephant Slaughter

(International/Earth News)
...  The slaughter is being proposed under the pretext of protecting environmental biodiversity ...
Sunday, 23 March 2008
... & http://www.climateark.org/March 9, 2008 (Earth) - Ecological Internet's campaign to end ancient forestlogging as a keystone response to the climate change andbiodiversity crises intensified this ...
Tuesday, 11 March 2008
... migrant workers, refugees; If one examines principles related to preventing the scourge of war; If one examines conventions and protocols related to Biodiversity, to climate change etc. One will ...
Saturday, 02 February 2008
... responsibility for destroying biodiversity. At the UN Conference on Environment and Development, Mulroney held a press conference on the Convention on Biological Diversity. He went to the microphone, ...
Monday, 17 December 2007
... for all, but also poses unprecedented risks to health and biodiversity. Far from feeding the world, it will intensify corporate control on food production and distribution which created poverty and hunger ...
Friday, 02 November 2007
...  •     Genetically engineered agriculture not only obstructs the implementation of real solutions to the problems of food security for all, but also poses unprecedented risks to health and biodiversity. ...
Wednesday, 17 October 2007
... change Article 45 We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity"--resulting from genetic engineering. ...
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
... such to supply genetically engineered food and crops to address the issue of poverty, or to contribute to the mitigation of climate change Article 45 We will protect Biodiversity by signing ...
Wednesday, 08 August 2007
...  • NATO has failed to discharge its obligations under the Convention on Biological Diversity to prevent the loss or reduction of biodiversity in a region rich in biodiversity, and has contributed ...
Wednesday, 18 July 2007
... engineered foods and crops which has led to a deterioration of the food supply, and of heritage seeds; (49) the destroying biodiversity and disregarding of the obligations to not defeat the purpose ...
Sunday, 17 June 2007
... of heritage seeds; (49) the destroying biodiversity and disregarding of the obligations to not defeat the purpose of the Convention on Biological Diversity; (50) the denying of women's ...
Saturday, 16 June 2007
A Review of John Ross' Zapatistas

(International/Justice News)
... natural resources including its oil, water,minerals, timber and ecological biodiversity.  Foxwanted to rip into the area with new ports, airports,bullet trains, bridges, superhighways, 25hydroelectric ...
Sunday, 25 March 2007
... of conserving sites of biodiversity, and of respecting the rights of future generations to the conservation of biodiversity. THE COURTS DISREGARD FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW After Canada signed ...
Tuesday, 20 March 2007
Hugo Chavez's Social Democratic Agenda

(International/Justice News)
... are taxed fairly.  -- Upgrade science and technology benefitting all sectors of society and the nation in areas of education, health, the environment, biodiversity, industry, quality of life, security ...
Saturday, 24 February 2007
... will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying theConvention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity"--resulting from genetic engineering.Article 36We will be forthright in acknowledging ...
Thursday, 25 January 2007
... in biodiversity: forests, coastal areas, lakes, mountains, rare plants, types of maize. Mineral resources include oil, uranium, coal, iron, gold, silver, lead and mercury. From 1540 to the beginning of ...
Sunday, 17 December 2006
... of BarkleySound/Alberni Canal, have been logged. ie.13% remains- 90% of the low, flat (eg. valley bottoms) ancientforests where the largest trees grow and the greatestbiodiversity resides, have been logged. ...
Monday, 11 December 2006
... elements: where there is a threat of environmental degradation, (of loss of biodiversity, of climate change, of harm to human health), lack of full scientific certainty shall (or should) not be used as ...
Wednesday, 06 December 2006
Terminate This!

(Canada/Justice News)
... This predatory strategy has been widely condemned, in Canada and  across the world, because it threatens farmer's livelihoods, food security,  and agricultural biodiversity. And yet, the ...
Monday, 04 December 2006
Left Coast Events - Victoria & Islands - Dec 4 06

(Victoria and Islands/PEJ Events)
... to buy seed every  season. This predatory strategy has been widely condemned, in Canada and  across the world, because it threatens farmer livelihoods, food security,  and agricultural biodiversity. ...
Monday, 04 December 2006
... on Biological Diversity, and thus to identify biodiversity, conserve biodiversity, and implement the precautionary principle to prevent the loss or reduction of biodiversity, (58) to protect Endangered ...
Saturday, 02 December 2006
Fragging the Amazon

(International/Justice News)
... is rapidly eroding biodiversity andworsening global warming in the Amazon rainforest according toresearch to be published this week in the journal Proceedings ofthe National Academy of Sciences. Forest ...
Wednesday, 29 November 2006
... biodiversity in the world's oceans - have both captured the world's attention predicting humanity threatening disaster by mid-century without an immediate change of human behavior. Neither report ...
Saturday, 18 November 2006
Ancient Forest Rage

(International/Justice News)
... of intact natural terrestrial ecosystems that can be lost while still maintaining biodiversity, climate, water and soil systems. Humanity needs large, widespread and connected ancient forests and restored ...
Thursday, 16 November 2006
... natural resource management to protect biodiversity globally; local food. Turn the volume of advertising way down, stop socially engineering consumers; permaculture infill; trains and public transport; ...
Thursday, 14 September 2006
... been logged-off, including 90% of the lowelevation, valley bottoms where the largest trees growand the most biodiversity is found. Meanwhile, BC'stimber industry workers have lost thousands of jobs ...
Monday, 11 September 2006
... dancing, hayrides, crafts, petting zoo, salmon and lamb barbeque. Metchosin Municipal Grounds, Happy Valley Road Sun 10, 10am - 2pm Sierra Club Outing - Biodiversity and Protection of Endangered Species, ...
Monday, 04 September 2006
... results in conversion of ecosystems to human use, reduces biodiversity which ultimately affects the stability of these systems     * Functional ecosystems of the earth provide us with vital ...
Sunday, 06 August 2006
DEMAND DESTRUCTION - STADIUM

(International/Earth News)
... or biodiversity loss? Or maybe even human extinction? Pro sports are one example of a host of goods and services that we have come to regard as necessities but which are now luxuries we can no longer afford. ...
Saturday, 05 August 2006
... protocol or contraction-convergence or biodiversity protection or runaway global warming at this party. Might as well try reading a holy book in the crowd at an entertainment lollapalooza of Olympic proportion. ...
Saturday, 05 August 2006
... spewing CO2? Are we going to treat the Whitecaps and Canucks as sacrosanct and consider the NHL, NFL or MLS more important than increased damage from storms, insect infestations, drought or biodiversity ...
Sunday, 30 July 2006
... on his card.     There is absolutely no ecological threat that this Eco-Judas will not defend.   Moore believes that clearcuts are great for promoting biodiversity. He thinks that nuclear ...
Monday, 24 July 2006
... approval and promotion of genetically engineered foods and crops which have led to a deterioration of the food supply, and to loss of heritage seeds. Article 40 We will protect Biodiversity ...
Friday, 14 July 2006
... world in changing the climate, contaminating and reducing biodiversity with GMO's, polluting the land air and water, stripping away the forests, proliferating nuclear weapons and power, and in blatant ...
Friday, 14 July 2006
... of genetically engineered foods and crops which have led to a deterioration of the food supply, and to loss of heritage seeds. Article 40 We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying ...
Wednesday, 05 July 2006
No More Bull! with the Mad Cowboy

(Victoria and Islands/Earth News)
... share his incredible, unique story, and to speak to us about organic family farming, biodiversity, veg*nism, environmentally friendly practices, and enlightened trade. One of the reasons his talk is so ...
Saturday, 27 May 2006
... Diversity. He went to the microphone surrounded by flowers and made lofty pronouncements. When asked if he would ban practices such as clear cut logging that destroy biodiversity; he hesitated and then ...
Wednesday, 19 April 2006
The Weather Makers - Book Review

(International/Earth News)
... dominant force in altering our climate for the worse.  ?We are now the weather makers, and the future of biodiversity and civilisation hangs on our actions.? - p306This is vital reading for everyone ...
Thursday, 13 April 2006
... (i.e., ecosystems and their biodiversity). The result is an increasing and cumulative loss or degradation of ecosystem services, the very services that allow and sustain life on this planet.According to ...
Thursday, 06 April 2006
Terminator Seed Terminated - For Now

(International/Earth News)
... of the Ocumazo indigenous community in Argentina on behalf of theInternational Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity."Todays' decision is a huge step forward for the Brazilian Campaign against ...
Saturday, 25 March 2006
... from Indigenous peoples and farmers' organizations. The outcome now threatens biodiversity and the future of seed-saving and locally adapted agriculture worldwide. "Terminator poses a threat to our ...
Monday, 30 January 2006
... to be discussed include:? Integration of environmental, economic, and human health strategies? Protection and restoration of Nature, i.e. biodiversity, wild spaces? Protection of humans and the environment ...
Thursday, 05 January 2006
... gathered this bark knew true sustainability, and during their watch these forests exploded in biodiversity. We're drilling increment bores through the healing lobes which grow over the post-strip catfaces. ...
Saturday, 10 December 2005
Feeding the Flames of Desire

(International/Earth News)
... of devastating changes in the atmosphere, oceans, ice cover, land and biodiversity. And yet mass media, politics, the education system and other realms of public inquiry demonstrate a stunning capacity ...
Monday, 05 December 2005
Cold Calculus: War's Equal Proponents

(International/Justice News)
... activists of all stripes. They fear that the U.S. is creating a climate of distrust that will make global consensus impossible just when the planet's biomass and biodiversity is showing increasing ...
Thursday, 01 December 2005
Perpetuating the Poverty Myth

(International/Earth News)
... communities in the Himalayas, peasants anywhere whose land has not been appropriated and whose water and biodiversity have not been destroyed by debt-creating industrial agriculture are ecologically rich, ...
Sunday, 27 November 2005
Left Coast Events - Lower Mainland - Nov 27 05

(Vancouver - Lower Mainland/PEJ Events)
... the mountain communities in the Himalayas, peasants anywhere whose land has not been appropriated and whose water and biodiversity have not been destroyed by debt-creating industrial agriculture are ecologically ...
Sunday, 27 November 2005
... Society, the Bicycle User's Committee, the University of Victoria and the UVic Sustainability Project. Applications for the program can be found at www.uvss.uvic.ca.**---------------* BIODIVERSITY ...
Thursday, 03 November 2005
... be found at www.uvss.uvic.ca.**---------------* BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS IN COSTA RICA *Students can gain valuable field work experience as a member of a Global Vision International research expedition ...
Monday, 24 October 2005
... www.landtrustalliance.bc.cahelping to protect, steward and restore our cultural and natural biodiversity for all timeFrom: "LTABC Info" -~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~11. Habitat Trust ...
Monday, 24 October 2005
... organizations.The Sierra Club's mission is to empower grassroots networks of citizens. Asa group, the club addresses a variety of environmental concerns such asbiodiversity, toxic chemicals, air quality ...
Monday, 17 October 2005
... Diversity, there is a requirement to do an environmental assessment review of projects that could contribute to a loss or reduction of biodiversity and under the Framework Convention on Climate Change, ...
Wednesday, 12 October 2005
... concerns such as biodiversity, toxic chemicals, air quality and the transition to a sustainable economy. Chapters exist in all parts of Canada, and young Canadians can become involved through the Sierra ...
Monday, 10 October 2005
... environmental organizations.The Sierra Club's mission is to empower grassroots networks of citizens. Asa group, the club addresses a variety of environmental concerns such asbiodiversity, toxic chemicals, ...
Monday, 03 October 2005
... processes. The CIT identified 44% protection as the minimum requirement for maintaining biodiversity in this globally significant region. Even higher levels of protection (as much as 70%) would be necessary ...
Saturday, 01 October 2005
... RSP negotiators lost enormously in the "Great Bear Rainforest" (GBR) negotiations and have not got a deal which will protect the areas outstanding natural biodiversity, they sacrificed Vancouver Island ...
Saturday, 01 October 2005
... land-use agreements, thereby seriously reducing the effectiveness of the landuse plans in protecting biodiversity on the landscape outside of proposed protected areas...To date, the BC government and forest ...
Monday, 19 September 2005
...  Article 35 We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity" --resulting from genetic engineering. Article 36 We will ...
Tuesday, 13 September 2005
... to Project Censored's findings. "Areas incredibly rich in biodiversity are being turned into the biological equivalent of parking lots," wrote John Conner of the Kat?ah branch of Earth First! - which ...
Saturday, 10 September 2005
... BC?s public land must follow strict laws with measures to protect fisheries, wildlife, biodiversity, old growth, soil, and water. Long before a tree is cut, resource professionals must know how this will ...
Monday, 15 August 2005
... Harm To Human Health, Biodiversity and the EnvironmentTHE PARTIES TO THIS PROTOCOLRecalling That at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (1992), the member states of the United ...
Sunday, 14 August 2005
... Manager, Email ellen@wildsight.ca About Wildsight: Wildsight works locally, regionally and globally to protect biodiversity and encourage sustainable communities in Canada's Columbia and Southern Rocky ...
Tuesday, 09 August 2005
... foods and crops which have  led to a deterioration ofthe food supply, and to loss of heritage seeds;Article 35We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying   theConvention on Biological ...
Friday, 05 August 2005
... of the food supply, and to loss of heritage seeds. Article 35 We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity and oppose "megadiversity" --resulting ...
Sunday, 17 July 2005
... amateur and aspiring photographers toget the best shots of the biodiversity and landscapes in the majesticWalbran Valley for our contest. Winning images will be displayed in anart show, and auctioned to ...
Thursday, 14 July 2005
... have led to a deterioration of the food supply, and to loss of heritage seeds; Article 35 We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity ...
Wednesday, 06 July 2005
... photographers to get the best shots of the biodiversity and landscapes in the majestic Walbran Valley for our contest. Winning images will be displayed in an art show, and auctioned to support our Vancouver ...
Tuesday, 05 July 2005
... have led to a deterioration of the food supply, and to loss of heritage seeds; Article 35 We will protect Biodiversity by signing and ratifying the Convention on Biological Diversity ...
Monday, 04 July 2005
... ancient temperate rainforests. Their conclusion is that we need to fully protect 41% of the Island if we want to sustain its biodiversity. (Just 13% of the Island is currently protected, and only 6% of ...
Friday, 01 July 2005
Tragedy and Travesty at the Sacred Sooke Potholes

(Victoria and Islands/Earth News)
... of magnificent biodiversity in their primaeval forest ecosystem. Those forests which remain now mourn for their lost human element. The measure of civilisation has nothing to do with the complexity of ...
Monday, 27 June 2005
... to act to prevent the damage (Principle 15 Rio Declaration); (xv) to carry out an environmental assessment review of anything that could contribute to loss or reduction of Biodiversity (Conventions on ...
Sunday, 26 June 2005
... The Blue Mountains Biodiversity project is hosting afield checking Blitz in the B & B fire in Deschutes National Forest.Even the inexperienced are invited to show up (call Karen: (541)385-9167) and ...
Friday, 03 June 2005
World's Biodiversity Declining at an Alarming RateAP: MONTREAL - The world's biodiversity is declining at an alarming rate, threatening human well-being and future development and requiring important ...
Saturday, 21 May 2005
... of grizzly bears. - Watered-down pulp mill pollution standards designed to limit the discharge of cancer-causing dioxins - Weakened forestry practices regulations so that biodiversity conservation cannot ...
Monday, 09 May 2005
... pulp mill pollution standards designed to limit the discharge of cancer-causing dioxins* Weakened forestry practices regulations so that biodiversity conservation cannot "unduly restrict" access to the ...
Monday, 09 May 2005
... moving away from car dependency, through conserving carbon sinks, and through promoting safe environmentally sound energy alternatives; and preventing loss an reduction of Biodiversity [Note: that ...
Sunday, 24 April 2005
... of the complex web of communities ranging from the micro regional to the global, united through a common vision for biodiversity and the preservation of local food traditions promoted by the International ...
Tuesday, 12 April 2005
... of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in that it will increase chemical use, reduce the number of planted crop varieties, accelerate the trend towards monoculture, and decrease biodiversity. ...
Saturday, 09 April 2005
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