Genetically modified crops spread like a new plague over our territory. It would seem that no-one cares and that they have a free pass to cover our fields. In Colombia, 85% of consumed corn and 95% of consumed soy is imported, and in essence these are genetically modified. John […]
Located in the Bolivian Amazon, the indigenous people of the Tipnis region are at the centre of a debate following the passing of a law for development that seeks to integrate the zone with the rest of the country.
Despite progress in issues of gender equality, there is still a serious question about the stereotypical image of women in mass media on a global scale and particularly in Latin America. According to the Unesco, television channels are showing comedy programmes which mock and promote violence in a family setting.
Over the past 10 years, YPFB generated revenues of over 33 billion dollars. In 2005, the South American nation was producing 30 million cubic metres of gas; it is now securing 60 million. Claudia Dupeirón Nationalising strategic businesses in Bolivia allowed the state to restore its natural resources, […]
The need to raise awareness regarding waste pollution that reaches Italian beaches by being thrown in toilets, is the centre of the campaign #NoRifiutinelWC embarked on by the environmental organisation Legambiente. Silvia Martínez At a minimum, 10% of the waste found by the organisation’s activists was flushed away […]