Dorothy Stang, a 74 year-old missionary and supporter of peasant land rights, was shot to death in the State of Pará in the Amazon region on February 13th. According to media reports, the killing took place a few days after she accused loggers and ranchers of death-threats against rural workers. Within two or three days of the killing, three other people in the State of Pará were murdered in the area of Anapú, a rural village approximately 850 Km from Belém, Pará’s capital city.
Monday – Tuesday, 29 – 30 November 2004 Media Interviews 12:30 – 13:30, 29 November Bogor, November 24, 2004 —…
21 Sept. 04 — One of Zimbabwe’s key forestry events for 2004 will be held on September 23 when the…
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
International Seminar August 9, 2004
Cameroon : 24 May, 2004
Country-led initiative to Support the UNFF on Decentralization, Federal Systems in Forestry and National Frest Programmes : 27- 30 April 2004
Indonesia’s forests are set to benefit from a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed today between two leading research organizations in Indonesia.
“Interlaken Workshop” on Decentralization, Federal Systems of Forestry & National Forestry Programs
April 20, 2004, Press Conference
Free of Mad Cow and Foot-and-Mouth, Amazonian Cattle Find Favor Abroad; Study Says Dramatic Growth in Exports Primary Culprit in…