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"S.O.S" by Eduardo Galeano

By Eduardo Galeano The forests are stripped, the earth becomes desert, the rivers are poisoned, the ice at the poles and the snow from the high peaks melt. In many places the rain has stopped raining, and in many it rains as if the sky were splitting. Who gets the water? The monkey with the club.
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Diagnosis of the final disposal of batteries in Toluca, Mexico

By Various Batteries represent one of the biggest problems for their final disposal as hazardous solid waste since they are generated as household waste and are not considered risk since they are commonly used. Once their useful life is over, they reach the dumps without any treatment; This puts the ecosystems and the surrounding population at risk due to the content of heavy metals.
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The seeds and Noah's Ark

By Pedro Rivera Ramos The most effective strategy to really stop the genetic erosion of plant resources is one that strengthens, promotes and respects the mechanisms of production, exchange and improvement of local or traditional seeds; that which places significant value on community gene banks; that which supports peasant and indigenous agricultural practices and encourages their improvement; the one that respects not only the traditional knowledge associated with crops, but also the one that extends a solid bridge to rediscover all the fertile agricultural knowledge, which the peasant and indigenous communities treasure.
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The land: who is responsible for its protection: the owner, the tenant, the state ...?

By Ing. Agr. Liliana Russo Soil constitutes an essential ecosystem for food production and use that affects not only this generation but future generations. The soil, like all natural resources, constitutes a social asset that must be protected, and it corresponds to the State to arbitrate the necessary regulations to ensure, in principle and as a minimum, compliance with Article 41 of the National Constitution, which guarantees that all inhabitants enjoy the right to a healthy, balanced environment, suitable for human development and for productive activities to satisfy present needs without compromising those of future generations; and they have a duty to preserve it.
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7 Buddhist phrases that will change your life

Many of us prefer to refer to Buddhism more as a philosophy of life than as a religion. Buddhism is one of the oldest religions that is still practiced by some 200 million people around the world. What has made it easier for this philosophy or religion to endure over time and continue to gain followers is the simplicity in how they transmit messages full of wisdom that allow us to really improve our quality of life.
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