Category Third World nations


Perú will lose Tahuamanú Rainforest and its ecology

The Tahuamanú Rainforest supplies more than mahogany to the world. It is one of the remaining rainforests that stops the enlargement of the ozone hole and advance of global warming. American lumber interests located in the USA state of Mississippi, are more concerned with making more money and are willing to destroy the planet in the name of profit even if it means killing thousands of Amazonian people.Read More

Perú, agribusiness, water and war

The lack of water will end life as we know it. No place has a greater loss of water than Perú other than small nations in Arabia (such as Yemen). The lack of water is the result of the greed of governments, agribusinesses, retailers, and industries such as the Koch Industries of Kansas (USA). Read More