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Law and Policy in Brazil: Protecting the Rainforest and Enhancing Communities
Unformatted Document Text:  18 Barbosa, Luis C. 2000. The Brazilian Amazon Rainforest: Global Ecopolitics, Development and Democracy. New York: University Press of America. 19 Heyck, Denis L. D. 2002. Surviving Globalization: In Three Latin American Communities. Toronto, Ontario: Broadview Press. 20 Heyck, Denis L. D. 2002. Surviving Globalization: In Three Latin American Communities. Toronto, Ontario: Broadview Press. 21 Moran, Emilio F. Through Amazon: Eyes Ecology of Amazonian Populations. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press. 22 Barbosa, Luis C. 2000. The Brazilian Amazon Rainforest: Global Ecopolitics, Development and Democracy. New York: University Press of America. 23 Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso. 24 UNEP Website: http://www.unep.org/champions/Winners/winners2007/silva.asp 25 Census 2007 (http://www.ibge.gov.br/estadosat/perfil.php?sigla=ac) 26 Browder, John O., and Godfrey, Brian J. 1997. Rainforest Cities: Urbanization, Development, and Globalization of the Brazilian Amazon.New York, NY: Columbia University Press. 27 Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso. 28 Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.; 29 Wallace, Scott. January 2007. Last of the Amazon. National Geographic. . Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso. 30 Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso. 31 Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso. 32 USDA: Economic Research Service: http://www.ers.usda.gov/AmberWaves/April06/Findings/Brazil.htm 33 Wallace, Scott. January 2007. Last of the Amazon. National Geographic. 34 Wallace, Scott. January 2007. Last of the Amazon. National Geographic. 35 36 Letter of the Kayapó (Amazonia.org.br) 37 Kellman, Janelle E. 2001-2002.”The Brazilian Legal Tradition and Environmental Protection: Friend or Foe?” Hastings International andComparative Law Review 25 (Spring): 145-147. 38 Romano, Cristina S. 1999.“Brazilian Government Policies Towards the Amazon Rain Forest: From a Development Ideology to an EnvironmentalConsciousness?” Colorado Journal of International Environmental Lawand Policy 19: 65-67. 39 Romano, Cristina S. 1999.“Brazilian Government Policies Towards the Amazon Rain Forest: From a Development Ideology to an EnvironmentalConsciousness?” Colorado Journal of International Environmental Lawand Policy 19: 65-67. 40 Romano, Cristina S. 1999.“Brazilian Government Policies Towards the Amazon Rain Forest: From a Development Ideology to an EnvironmentalConsciousness?” Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law

Authors: da Fonseca, Joao. and Vogel, Karen.
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18
Barbosa, Luis C. 2000. The Brazilian Amazon Rainforest: Global Ecopolitics,
Development and Democracy. New York: University Press of America.
19
Heyck, Denis L. D. 2002. Surviving Globalization: In Three Latin American
Communities. Toronto, Ontario: Broadview Press.
20
Heyck, Denis L. D. 2002. Surviving Globalization: In Three Latin American
Communities. Toronto, Ontario: Broadview Press.
21
Moran, Emilio F. Through Amazon: Eyes Ecology of Amazonian Populations.
Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.
22
Barbosa, Luis C. 2000. The Brazilian Amazon Rainforest: Global Ecopolitics,
Development and Democracy. New York: University Press of America.
23
Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest:
Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.
24
UNEP Website:
25
Census 2007 (http://www.ibge.gov.br/estadosat/perfil.php?sigla=ac)
26
Browder, John O., and Godfrey, Brian J. 1997. Rainforest Cities:
Urbanization, Development, and Globalization of the Brazilian Amazon.
New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
27
Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest:
Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.
28
Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest:
Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.;
29
Wallace, Scott. January 2007. Last of the Amazon. National Geographic.
.
Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest:
Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.
30
Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest:
Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.
31
Hecht, Susanna, and Cockburn, Alexander. 1989. The Fate of the Forest:
Developers, Destroyers, and Defenders of the Amazon. New York: Verso.
32
USDA: Economic Research Service:
33
Wallace, Scott. January 2007. Last of the Amazon. National Geographic.
34
Wallace, Scott. January 2007. Last of the Amazon. National Geographic.
35
36
Letter of the Kayapó (Amazonia.org.br)
37
Kellman, Janelle E. 2001-2002.”The Brazilian Legal Tradition and
Environmental Protection: Friend or Foe?” Hastings International and
Comparative Law Review
25 (Spring): 145-147.
38
Romano, Cristina S. 1999.“Brazilian Government Policies Towards the
Amazon Rain Forest: From a Development Ideology to an Environmental
Consciousness?” Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law
and Policy
19: 65-67.
39
Romano, Cristina S. 1999.“Brazilian Government Policies Towards the
Amazon Rain Forest: From a Development Ideology to an Environmental
Consciousness?” Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law
and Policy
19: 65-67.
40
Romano, Cristina S. 1999.“Brazilian Government Policies Towards the
Amazon Rain Forest: From a Development Ideology to an Environmental
Consciousness?” Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law


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