lunedì 19 giugno 2017

Norvegia
Religious, indigenous leaders meet to protect rainforests
Reuters
(Alister Doyle) Religious and indigenous leaders began talks on Monday on ways to protect tropical rainforests, with host Norway warning that a global plan to slow climate change will be doomed without action ranging from the Congo basin to the Amazon. Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist and Daoist representatives met with indigenous peoples in Oslo to explore moral and ethical arguments to shield forests that are under threat from logging and land clearance for farms. (...)