newsletterbanner.gif   
 

trees.jpg

Where the Trees are a Desert explores the links between pollution trading and monoculture eucalyptus plantations in Brazil. The publication is a collaboration between Carbon Trade Watch and our partners in Brazil, FASE-ES. Where the Trees are a Desert explores the issues from the perspective of people living and struggling with plantations on the ground. Nov 2003

Download in english [PDF:1,7Mb] 

Download in portuguese [PDF:1,7Mb]

Download in spanish - text version [PDF:178Kb]
 

sky.jpg

The Sky is Not the Limit gives an overview of the issues around pollution trading and introduces the main issues such as; environmental justice, NGO co-optation and privatisation of the atmosphere. Also explored is the history of the UN process and who the key players are in the emerging emissions markets. Jan 2003
 

 

*downloads may take a few minutes

 
HOMEARTICLESISSUESACTIVITIESPUBLICATIONSMULTIMEDIA


SPACE FOR MOVEMENT? PDF Print E-mail
Building Bridges Collective | Thursday, 12 August 2010
spaceformovement.jpgREFLECTIONS FROM BOLIVIA ON CLIMATE JUSTICE, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND THE STATE 
 
en castellano
 
 
In the wake of the failed COP-15 in Copenhagen last December, Bolivia’s first indigenous president called for a World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth (CMPCC). Was this the necessary space for social movements to respond where governments and the UN have failed? Was it an attempt to co-opt radical demands? Following the CMPCC in Cochabamba, April 2010, this booklet reflects on the lessons from Bolivia and the role of movements in the fight for climate justice.

Download a copy of the book here!

http://spaceformovement.wordpress.com

 
creativecommons 2017  Carbon Trade Watch