Monthly Archives: June 2011

Argentina is leading the way in the fight against glyphosate

Researchers in Argentina are leading the way in the fight against glyphosate, based on the country’s horrible experience with the herbicide.  In the 90′s, the Argentine government promoted the production of genetically modified soy.  According to HuffPo, “Several years after … Continue reading

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Peru principal victim of thieves orchids

The Phragmipedium peruvianum  (aka pharagmipedium kovachii by the name of someone who stole it) was first found in 2001 and is considered one of the most important discoveries of the natural history of the last decade. With 30 cm tall … Continue reading

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Amazonia burns

Between June and September, is produced in the Amazonia the that is known as the dry months, and in this time, also brings the increased of fires that continually do not stop throughout the year in the sub region. These … Continue reading

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Interview with Alan Smith of Gold International, gold mine company operating in Amazonia

Interviewer: Mr. Smith, As the President of one of the largest transnational gold mine operating in the Amazonia, we are interested in knowing your argument, and we ask the universe for the strength to understand, so we can comprehend how … Continue reading

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