Thursday, 22 January 2009

Ethanol, Brasil, Slavery ...

Up, Down.

The Kiltegan Fathers, a group of Irish missionaries, sent Brother Tiago to Brazil in 1968. In 1975, the National Conference of Bishops established the Commissão Pastoral da Terra (CPT). Its aim is to improve the lives of field workers by practicing what Father Tiago calls "good religion." "Bad religion," he says, "is the faith preached in the plantation churches, constantly promising the workers a better life in the next world."

Ethanol, Brasil, Father TiagoEthanol, Brasil, Antonio da Silva

A 'Green Tsunami in Brazil, The High Price of Clean, Cheap Ethanol, Clemens Höges.


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