Bunge Foundation - Edition 48 • Year 6 - May / June 2009 - Jornal Cidadania
Jornal Cidadania

Jornal Cidadania • Edition 48 • Year 6 - May / June 2009


Corporations and civil society seek new ways of perceiving the world Corporations and civil society seek new ways of perceiving the world

Thinking Sustainably

The concept of sustainability goes back to the 1980’s. It emerged in response to initiatives undertaken in countries like France, which in 1977 was the first country to pass a law obliging companies with more than 300 employees to publish their social actions in reports.

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Lost peddlers, professions and patter

In 1967, Chico Buarque de Holanda sang: “I’m selling a street organ, does anybody want it? (...). These days no one believes in the street organ any more (...)”

Playful Educators

Brazilian cultural manifestations are the vehicle for the Art of Play for Educators, a project developed by the Instituto Brincante that has already trained 1,200 teachers in Brazil. “Players is what the artists call themselves.

Best practice in journalism

The journalist André Trigueiro is a media professional focused on social and environmental issues

A challenge for centuries

In 1909, the young Brazilian researcher Carlos Chagas communicated the discovery of a new disease to the scientific community.

This edition was published in 21 de May de 2009 with 5 articles on the Jornal Cidadania's page.



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The Jornal Cidadania is a Bunge Foundation publication, it was released in 2001, it's objective is to spread knowledge and ideas and estimulate actions and sustentable practices.

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