Environment and Ecology
The Friendship Office promotes policies that address the structural causes of climate change. We realize that the valiant community based development and reforestation efforts that we support can literally be swept away without binding global policies.

News and Analysis

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   MAY 6, 2010 CONTACT: MEGAN MORRISSEY – 202-365-6900  INGRID SABJA – 973-738-2301 New York – On Friday, May 7th, President Evo Morales of Bolivia will personally present UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon with the conclusions of the World People...
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Bolivia’s president says developing nations must not be shut out of international negotiations for combating the greatest environmental issue of our time. April 23, 2010|Evo Morales Opinion published in the LA Times  When I arrived at the United Nations climate summit in Copenhagen...
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PLANET OR DEATH, PACHAMAMA OR DEATH
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Last week, in the heart of the Andes Mountains, some 30,000 people from more than 140 countries and representatives from forty eight governments came together to work to produce concrete documents and proposals on 17 different themes related to the single most important issue of our lifetime...
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