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CSF-Brazil on a workshop about "Dams in Tapajós River"

On 21st June, CSF-Brazil participated of a workshop about “Dams in Tapajós River”, held in PUC University (Brazil). It was an opportunity to debate with students, professors and other NGOs the subject of huge infrastructures in Amazon and its implications on social and environmental issues.

The Heinrich Böll Stiftung made a report about this event and also an interview with Camila Jericó-Daminello, who is conducting the CSF’s study about the São Luiz do Tapajós dam, planned for the same river.

This was repost with permission from Heinrich Böll Foundation – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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A Cost Effectiveness Approach to Routing of Linear Infrastructure in Environmentally Sensitive Areas: A Case of a Crude Oil Pipeline in the Albertine Rift in Uganda

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Oficina sobre Planos de Negócios Sustentáveis para Produtos da Sociobiodiversidade

Planos de Negócios Sustentáveis para Produtos da Sociobiodiversidade

A Conservação Estratégica (CSF) realizou nos dias 7 e 8 de Maio de 2015 no Rio de Janeiro - RJ a oficina sobre Planos de Negócios Sustentáveis para Produtos da Sociobiodiversidade.

Análisis económico y socioambiental de los proyectos de interconexión Pucallpa-Cruzeiro do Sul

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Herramientas Económicas para la Conservación de la Naturaleza - México y el Arrecife Mesoamericano 2015

El entrenamiento concluyó de manera exitosa, contando con la participación de 23 profesionales que trabajan en diferentes zonas y sectores de México y el Arrecife Mesoamericano. Dicha diversidad de perfiles enriquecieron de manera especial las discusiones y pláticas alrededor de los temas expuestos.

Muchas gracias a nuestros profesores Mauricio Medinaceli, Jorge Madeira, Alfonso Malky, Daniel Revollo y Alejandro Guevara. Gracias también a los socios de la iniciativa UNAM–CSF, al Instituto de Ecología de la UNAM, a las organizaciones GIZ/CONANP, Environmental Defense Fund de México (EDF), MARFUND, Fondo Mexicano para la Conservación, FONNOR A.C., y The Nature Conservancy (TNC); quiénes hicieron posible la participación de varios de los participantes !

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Demand for visits to Tanzania's national parks

Tanzania’s system of 16 national parks includes some of the most famous natural places on earth such as Serengeti and Kilamanjaro, as well as many lesser-known areas that are equally spectacular. The park system is managed by Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA), which funds activities solely through revenue generated from tourism; it does not receive any government funds. With tourism currently Tanzania’s second largest contributor to gross domestic product (GDP), effective management of the parks system is vital for both wildlife and the country’s economy.

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