Monthly Archives: March 2012

The environmental problems of the steppe in Patagonia

Patagonia is a geographical region located in the most southern part of America, including territories of southern Argentina and Chile. The Patagonian Steppe is an important habitat for many endangered species. Most are tending towards desertification due to uncontrolled grazing, … Continue reading

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Argentina is in forestry emergency

Forests and people are interconnected, and this has been so since time that has no memory. Always, both the tree and the man have had a special relationship based on survival. It was a delicate chain of existence that before … Continue reading

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March 22nd, “World Water Day 2012”: The world is thirsty because we are hungry

Bam Ki Moon, UN Secretary General in his message on the occasion of the commemoration of World Water Day 2012, warns of the imminent possibility of preserving and sustainably use our water resources: In the coming decades, in order to … Continue reading

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Canada faces environmentalists blocking in the market for its tar sands

A coalition of 30 organizations belonging to the self Climate Coalition has asked the European authorities to prevent the entry into the tar sands region, a new raw material to produce fuel. The group, involving social and environmental organizations like … Continue reading

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In Venezuela Protected Area deforested for housing construction

The National Park Henri Pittier is the first national park in Venezuela decreed in the year 1937. It is located in the central section of Cordillera de la Costa, and its area of ​​influence includes the states of Carabobo and … Continue reading

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Fatal tornadoes cause havoc in the United States

A new wave of tornadoes and multiple storms left several injured and millions in property damage as they pass through 6 states in the southeastern United States. This area was declared a state of emergency, a 60% of residential structures … Continue reading

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