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“The Path of the Anacondas” aims to save the environment May 1, 2016 04:13

“The Path of the Anacondas” aims to save the environment

This initiative, which aims to help protect a region of the northern Amazon against climate change, will be discussed in London on the 5th [...]
 
Questions about the future of the planet May 1, 2016 00:03

Questions about the future of the planet

To explain what happened during the passing of the Paris Climate Change Agreement last December, an event will take place on the 3rd May [...]
 
Swiss chocolate with a taste of Nicaragua April 25, 2016 10:59

Swiss chocolate with a taste of Nicaragua

Until 1869 cocoa was deemed legal currency in Nicaragua, a practice that the Spanish inherited from the indigenous people. Now the cocoa bean is [...]
 
 
The other earthquakes April 24, 2016 06:31

The other earthquakes

“On the 31st of August of a year that I shall not say, successive earthquakes will destroy Santa Fe…” Francisco Margallo    Armando Orozco [...]
 
Our next planet: Moon village April 24, 2016 04:08

Our next planet: Moon village

Inspired by NASA’s Apollo programmes deployed during the 1960s, members of the European Space Agency (ESA) are working on moon exploration in a project [...]
 
Reasons for being a criminal April 12, 2016 22:56

Reasons for being a criminal

Whilst some studies show evidence that genes may influence antisocial behaviour, various Latin American programs propose, amongst other things, investing in children in order [...]
 
 
Three decades later, a canoe travels down the Amazon once more April 10, 2016 23:09

Three decades later, a canoe travels down the Amazon once more

The expedition “From the Amazon to the Caribbean in Canoe” will be republished in 2017, on the anniversary of a voyage that aimed to [...]
 
Our cities are neither sustainable nor resilient April 10, 2016 05:41

Our cities are neither sustainable nor resilient

We are being sold the idea that our cities are sustainable and resilient. But to achieve environmental sustainability and mitigate climate change, we need [...]
 
Only females who are ‘virgins’ may serve in the military April 3, 2016 21:56

Only females who are ‘virgins’ may serve in the military

Any young women seeking to enter the country’s armed forces must first undergo a very unusual virginity test.   Yudith Díaz Gazán   Until [...]
 
 
Marxism and ecology April 3, 2016 00:14

Marxism and ecology

Taking place this Saturday (9th of April) are a series of discussions on the environment including climate change seen from a political perspective.   [...]
 
What we are and what we do is a labyrinth March 20, 2016 23:56

What we are and what we do is a labyrinth

The human brain is in large part still a mystery with complex and obscure areas which still intrigue and baffle scientists. It is a [...]
 
What isn’t known about Lavenham March 20, 2016 20:22

What isn’t known about Lavenham

In this village, which is also a civil parish, situated in  the county of Suffolk, in the south of England, there is so much [...]
 
 
China: Single & independent …no longer a social drama March 14, 2016 06:18

China: Single & independent …no longer a social drama

In an ancient and sexist society that is plagued by some traditions, women are beginning to reflect. Now, being a wife and mother is [...]
 
Water crisis: the rich save themselves while the poor die March 13, 2016 05:03

Water crisis: the rich save themselves while the poor die

Around 40% of the Earth’s population endure water shortages for at least one month per year, but the crisis could worsen and it is [...]
 
Africa and its millions of illiterate children March 7, 2016 05:05

Africa and its millions of illiterate children

According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef), children are not reaching educational objectives. For this reason they are hindered in adulthood from supporting [...]
 
 
 

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