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Man, the Ecosystem and Environmental Law

By Mercedes Díez Negrillo Throughout the history of human permanence on the planet, man has been strengthening relationships with nature in order to achieve the satisfaction of his primary and superfluous needs, for this he has modified his environment and this to in turn, it has influenced and modified human behavior in a kind of communicating vessels.
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The 10 biggest threats to human existence

By Larry Schwartz Several hundred million years ago, a very casual conjunction of circumstances - the existence of water, air, and mild average temperatures - allowed life to emerge on Earth. Since then, a necessarily slow evolution allowed the appearance of zoological and botanical species such as those we know today.
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A lab test finds toxins in all soda cans

By Ecologists in Action A laboratory test reveals that all analyzed soda cans, with brands such as Coca Cola or Pepsi, contain hormonal contaminants. Another reason to discourage the consumption of this type of beverages: the inner lining of the cans releases small amounts of toxins that interrupt the functioning of the hormonal system, without any label reporting their presence.
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Hunting of Wild Fauna and Flora

By Joanne Mariner As presented in a draft, the discussion period of which ended last Friday, the administration has planned to begin allowing hunters, zoos, circuses and others to kill, capture and import endangered wild fauna and flora into other countries. Two years ago, at a ceremony honoring Earth Day, President George Bush, standing under a gigantic drought, called for a new environmentalism for the 21st century.
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The Corpus Dam Should Not Be Built

Because the consequences of such a transformation of nature are impossible to evaluate by science, since it constitutes a true catastrophe. And catastrophes, according to the eminent Catalan ecologist Ramón Margaleff, cannot be evaluated. Because it will transform the Paraná River into a gigantic reservoir of still and polluted water from San Ignacio to the Falls.
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