Va al Ejemplar actual
UNEPUNDP
Print Edition
ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
 
Versión en Español Versão no Português
Search Archive Audio
 
Inter Press Service
  Home Page
  Current Issue
  Report
  Analysis
  Accents
  Eco-briefs
  Books
  People of Tierramérica
                Notable
              Writings
   Dialogues
 
Kyoto Protocol
  About us
  Inter Press Service
The world's leading provider of information on global issues
  UNDP
United Nations Development Programme
  UNEP
United Nations Environment Programme



Crédito: Photo Stock
Photo credit: Photo Stock

Report
By Tierramérica Editor's Desk

China's Space Program Intrigues the West
Following the successful flight of Shenzhou V, U.S. aerospace experts are wondering: What comes next for China? Asia specialist Dean Cheng told Tierramérica he thinks China is capable of carrying out a moon mission in the next decade.

From our files:

Versión en Portugues Versión en Español
By Diego Cevallos

'Natural gas is our hope, our future'.
We are not looking for a coup. We are defending our fossil fuels, Evo Morales, a lawmaker and indigenous and peasant leader, said in dialogue with Tierramérica about the recent unrest in Bolivia.
Versión en Portugues Versión en Español
Accents
By Humberto Márquez

Mining Allowed in Venezuelan Nature Reserve
The Venezuelan government is about to decree new laws for the Imataca forest reserve, in the east of the country. Conservationists are opposed.

From our files:

Versión en PortuguesVersión en Español

Connect yourself

Green Transportation
The biggest environmental-automotive event in the world, Challenge Bibendum, highlighted the latest technological advances in the field of so-called "green cars", which represent an attempt to reconcile mobility and environmental sustainability.

Versión en Portugues Versión en Español
Did you know?

Antidote for Anthrax
The development of the human antibody known as ABthrax could be the answer for attacking the lethal toxins generated by anthrax. However, its high costs and early stage in experimental development stand in the way of predicting its effectiveness and future availability.

Versión en Portugues Versión en Español
Q & A
Editus
Editus
By Katiana Murillo

'Art is part of nature'
Costa Rican music group Editus on war, peace, spirituality and the environment.
Versión en Portugues Versión en Español
Eco-briefs
Commission evaluates environmental aid treaty in Mexico...Autonomy demanded for Peruvian Amazon institute...Vast marine biodiversity discovered in Costa Rica... 100,000 Guatemalan students in clean-up project... Indigenous Hondurans battle deforestation... Education campaign against pesticide use in Nicaragua.
Versión en Portugues Versión en Español


  Exclusive Columns  


Copyright © 2007 Tierramérica. All Rights Reserved


TSUNAMI IMPACT: The Long Russian Winter May Help

LATIN AMERICA: Enterprising Women Reach Beyond Borders

DEVELOPMENT: No End to Subsidies in Sight

DEVELOPMENT: South Summit Launches Fund for Poorer Nations

Sign up for Tierramerica's free weekly newsletter!

Sign up for Tierramerica's free weekly newsletter!

 
Did you know?

You can do it

Connect yourself

Questions And Answers

Questions and Answers with La Ley, Café Tacuba, Deepak Chopra, José Saramago and Isabel Allende


Mailbox