The largest Roman Catholic geographical district in Brazil, located deep in the Amazon along the Xingu River, has more than 800 Catholic congregations but only 27 priests. Bishop Erwin Krautler, prelate of Xingu (pronounced Shin-goo), has argued ... National Catholic Reporter, 3 weeks ago
Erwin Krautler, Brazilian Bishop, Urges Ordination Of Married Elders As Priest Shortage Grows - Huffington Post, 3 weeks ago
Brazil's Bishops consider proposal to ordain married elders - CathNews, 3 weeks ago
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Alstom ships the turbine wheel to the Belo Monte Hydro Plant, which is being built by Norte Energia on Xingu river, in Brazil . Considered one of the largest Francis wheels ever manufactured in the world, the part is one of the main components ...4 Traders, 1 week ago ALSTOM : ships the main turbine component to Belo Monte Plant 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago Alstom ships main turbine wheel to Belo Monte hydro plant in Brazil Energy Business Review, 2 weeks ago
In the Amazon, everything is big the trees, the rivers, the snakes, and the statistics that measure everything in numbers of football fields or areas the size of entirecountries. Now one of the biggest towers in the world taller than the ...Eco-Business, 1 month ago Activists Join Indigenous People to Protest Construction of Amazon Mega-Dam Amazon Watch, 2 weeks ago
Historic gathering builds opposition to government's plans for new mega-dam complex Munduruku warriors and children arrive at São Luiz do Tapajós village Photo courtesy of: Aaron Vicent Elkaim Santarém, Brazil: Tensions are building over the ...International Rivers Network, 3 days ago Amazon Assembly Unifies Resistance to Dams on Brazil's Tapajós River Amazon Watch, 2 weeks ago
at COP20, at the Ministry of Defence, Lima Peru I am writing from Lima, Peru, where the 20th Conference of Parties (COP) for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was supposed to be coming to a close... there has been ...Huffington Post, 4 days ago
We often talk about climate change as an abstract, global problem. But when energy and extraction companies disrupt the climate, how do they change people's lives? What is the impact on people's well being, community and culture, when water and air ...Friends of the Earth International, 1 week ago Giant tower to monitor climate change in the Amazon Responding to Climate Change, 1 month ago
Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC, in a scene from the documentary Bending the Light . Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC, found time to speak with me during this year's Camerimage International Film Festival, where he had a film in the Main Competition: Get ...American Society of Cinematographers, 2 weeks ago
More than half the carbon stored in the Amazon rainforest is on indigenous lands whose rapid destruction threatens to accelerate global warming, a new study said Tuesday. A deforested rainforest that has been transformed into pastures is seen ...Krugersdorp News.co.za, 2 weeks ago
Illegal logging and small stakeholders continue to chop away at the Amazon, but theyve done so at the slowest rate of clear cutting since 1988, the Brazilian government said this week. According to satellite data from Brazil's National Space ...Forbes.com, 3 weeks ago
The growing bribery investigation in Brazil is engulfing the nation's biggest construction companies and prompting some bondholders to flee. Benchmark notes issued by OAS SA and Odebrecht SA suffered their biggest losses on record since Nov. 14, ...Bloomberg, 4 weeks ago
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