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Contact Admin. Around the world, the environment is increasingly under threat from industrial pollution, business development of the wilderness and climate change. Use the Pulitzer Center Lesson Builder to find and create lesson plans on the environment. I asked Lena Rigley, the wife of a Brazilian soy grower, to read from the police report filed shortly after their soy plantation was invaded in Pulitzer center grantee Charles Lane discusses the various chemicals used in soy bean production.
Many Paraguayans' lands have been turned into soy fields and have been forced to become part of the squatters living in the outskirts of Santa Rita. After Lugo left the local press swarmed me to ask why Americans are interested in Lugo.
I said he was a compelling character and Americans are interested in a more lefty South America. I was then asked how Americans feel about supporting past regimes who persecuted South American liberals. I said most Americans don't know about it, but those who do are embarrassed. I hope I am correct. Paraguay's presidential candidate, Fernando Lugo, builds up a crowd of supporters at a rally in Horqueta.
Last night I attended my first political rally put on by the Colorado party, the party that has ruled Paraguay since making it the oldest government in the world. Never before have I seen such blatant puppeteering. Close to people squeezed into the tiny courtyard headquarters of the Colorado Sectional in Itapua's Cornell Bogado Today is a state holiday, the anniversary of Asuncion's founding in While the generals and politicians laid flowers at the shrine of Paraguay's heroes some campesinos rallied down the street at Plaza Uruguay.
They chanted "The people together, we will never be defeated. Three months ago the Plaza Uruguay was the place to find cheap prostitutes in Asuncion. But since May they were all chased out by the likes of Beatriz Rivarola, a Guarani "Indian" who, along with others from her reservation, have set up 73 tents and camp in the center of the city as a way to protest land distribution in Paraguay. The armchair tourist is told three things about Paraguay: Reuters - Alarmed at climate change and environmental destruction, photographer Jeff Barbee set out to sail half way across the Atlantic and chronicle the slow death of species on some of the most remote islands on Earth.