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The «Green Revolution» 3.0

The failure of the agribusiness technological package that articulates direct sowing of transgenic seeds with massive applications of pesticides is categorical. But instead of recapitulating this model, it flees forward. In the so-called "Agriculture 4.0" the developments of artificial intelligence and the processing of huge amounts of data using Big Data techniques are articulated with biotechnological developments that are increasingly aggressive and dangerous for the ecosystems and life.
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They invite boys and girls from Argentina to write stories inspired by the National Parks.

It is an initiative of the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of the Nation before the arrival of the winter holidays, which this year will be unconventional due to the quarantine due to the coronavirus. Before the arrival of an unconventional winter vacation, the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of the Nation, through the Administration of National Parks (APN), created a call for boys and girls from all over the country to write stories inspired by elements of nature, flora and fauna of protected areas from Argentina.
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Permafrost warming floods the atmosphere with carbon

For years, scientists have pointed to warming permafrost in the Arctic tundra as a source of increased carbon in the atmosphere; As this soil warms, it releases greenhouse gases that have been trapped in frozen soil. New research from Northern Arizona University shows that even more carbon is released from thawed permafrost than climate scientists previously thought. .
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United Nations urged ending coal financing

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres issued a stern warning that too many governments and companies "have yet to get the message" and risk engineering a carbon-intensive recovery from the coronavirus crisis. Speaking at the Summit clean energy transition virtual of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Mr.
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COVID-19 offers an opportunity for elephants

For the first time in recent memory, the world has slowed down and humanity has the opportunity to reflect on the way we have been doing things and how we can improve in the future, for both humans and wildlife. Nature reserves and businesses offering wildlife experiences would normally be booming this time of year, but not now.
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Amazon CEO presents Climate Pledge Arena plan

In February, Amazon owner Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man, pledged $ 10 billion to fight climate change. Now he is putting the climate fight in the spotlight, after Amazon acquired the naming rights for a new sports stadium in Seattle and announced that it will be called "Climate Pledge Arena."
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Mexico is moving towards a glyphosate ban. Brazil, the opposite!

Unfortunately, for human and planet health, glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in the world! It is the “pesticide star” even though it causes a lot of damage, toxicity and death. Fortunately, some governments are waking up and taking measures to prohibit the use of this poison. Now it is the turn of Mexico that, through the Ministry of the Environment Environment and Natural Resources (SEMANART), with Víctor M.
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Terrifying mass death of elephants in southern Africa

More than 350 elephants have died in northern Botswana in a mysterious mass death described by scientists as a "conservation disaster." A cluster of elephant deaths was first reported in the Okavango Delta in early May, with 169 individuals dead at the end of the month.
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The water fast. Nutritionists analyze humanity's oldest diet

As you continue to create a healthy lifestyle for yourself and your family, you have probably increased your water intake. Water not only quenches your thirst like nothing else, but our body requires it daily to live. While most drinking water is naturally fortified with minerals, it is generally odorless, tasteless, and calorie-free.
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Europe is losing forests at an alarming rate

The increased harvest could affect the ability to combat the climate crisis due to the reduction of the carbon absorption capacity of forests. Data suggest that Europe has lost a greatly increased forest area in harvest in recent years, This reduces the continent's carbon-absorbing capacity and possibly indicates broader problems with the EU's attempts to combat the climate crisis.
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Food forever! 77 Kg per square meter

Today I share a very special video as always. We are going to harvest one of the most generous plants we know, it is a permanent crop and every year it will give many kilos of food in very little space, whether it is a flowerbed, in the open field or in a pot ... the truth is that no It has limits.It is recommended for temperate zones, but surely there are species that grow in other climates.
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Drought, rivers without flow, locusts: monocultures

An intense drought threatens not only soybean crops and their transport down the great downspout of the Paraná, the 2nd largest river in South America, but now an invasion of locusts adds a new challenge. Sketches of the future based on deforestation and agrochemicals. The news is of an important invasion of locusts in the northeastern part of Argentina, they arrived from Paraguay and are now heading to Brazil, moving about 150 kilometers a day.
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Summer wine: recipe to purify the liver

Dandelion is considered a very cleansing herb for the liver. Today we share a recipe to make the well-known drink "summer wine" with its flowers. Dandelion flowers bloom in all their splendor during spring, as if wanting to remind us that they are there, ready to serve.
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