Monthly Archives: January 2015

The beast which tears through the Gran Chaco

Few ecosystems in the South American continent demand as much attention as the Amazon rainforest. But its little sister, the lesser-known Gran Chaco, certainly puts up a fight when it comes to grandeur. A geographic and cultural zone that includes … Continue reading

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For almost 70 years invasive species threatening biodiversity in Patagonia

According to specialists, along with pollution and climate change, invasive species are one of the most damaging challenges for our planet. Until a few decades ago, there were no beavers in Patagonia. That changed when 20 pairs of the tree-chewing … Continue reading

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Environmental concerns about the Nicaragua Canal

A China-backed mega proyect to cut a new canal across Central America threatens vital wildlife, wetlands and a Biosphere Reserve, warn experts. In a recent edition of the journal Nature, two prominent environmental scientists warn that the project threatens “environmental … Continue reading

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Today we spayed our cat, many need it

Gatata arrived in May. With her after the terrible drought, the rains came. Fragile, thin, so small but cheerful was adapted to the pack. She found a home. We already knew her since a month ago. She arrived to the … Continue reading

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