Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Patagonia Biodiversity in peril

Patagonia is a vast, immensely rich, sparsely populated area of South America, extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Shared by Argentina and Chile, recently more than 12,000 hectares of forest were affected first by volcanic ash and second, … Continue reading

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Does the tourism affect the Biodiversity in the Antarctic?

In the absence of international standards for tourism in Antarctica, a hundred of tour companies that operate in the region created the International Association for Antarctic Tour Operator, whose members are subject to a self-demanding. For example, they can not … Continue reading

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January 26th World Day of Environmental Education

Every January 26th we celebrate the World Environmental Education Day. This has its origin date from 1972 with the Declaration of the United Nations Conference on Human Environment held in (Stockholm, Sweden, June 1972) in which it outlined the need … Continue reading

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People of America, the most ecological

The inhabitants of the Americas (American Continent) have a special connection with nature. It is instinctive, are like invisible strings environmental conservation, cultural, anthropological, sociological, linking them, caught, tied to this land , which distinguishes them, makes them unique. This … Continue reading

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In Dominican Republic transgenics have been targeted

The voice of alert given by the field producers that warned of an agreement by government agencies intended to replace other native seeds whose DNA has been manipulated, which will cause a dependency of producers to supply seeds. In the … Continue reading

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The climate phenomenon “La Niña” faces Argentina its worst drought in 46 years

According to Eduardo Sierra weather specialist “La Niña enters its decisive stage.” During the early part of spring, the intensity of “La Niña” was moderated by the persistence of a large bulb with warm water, located in the Atlantic, which … Continue reading

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