Toyota and Panasonic will study the feasibility of joint development of a battery for electric vehicles. The two giants seek to respond to the growing demand for electric vehicles and find solutions to global warming. To do this, they will focus on the development of batteries for electric cars, the key point for the technology of mobility without emissions to flourish.
Garlic and garlic oil respectively have been a part of mankind for a long time. Since ancient history, people have used garlic as a kitchen accessory and as a natural medicine. Spicy in flavor and smelling of onion (its close cousin), garlic continues to be consumed for its culinary and health benefits by people around the world.
By Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan In this context, one of the most important world meetings in history is taking place: the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or COP 21. Virtually all countries in the world The world are represented here, through their delegations, which are trying to reach an agreement before December 11, with the aim of avoiding catastrophic and irreversible climate change.
By GRAIN The soybean model produces an enormous concentration of land in a few hands, either by acquiring the land by large producers or by leasing it by the “Sowing Pools”. To cite just one example: the number of dairy farms decreased 50 percent between 1988 and 2003, from 30,000 to 15,000.
By Lorena OlivaIn her memory, we share the interview published by Dairio La Nación, in December 2014, after the Lima Summit. Meteorologist and renowned environmentalist, qualifies as & 34; failure & 34; to the Lima Summit and warns that, more than climate change, today there is a & 34; global environmental change & 34; Osvaldo Canziani is categorical when describing the last World Summit on Climate Change -the number 20-, held at the beginning this month in the capital of Peru: & 34; It was a failure & 34 ;, says the specialist.
Canadian mining companies, precisely including Yamana Gold, have been linked for the first time to the violation of human rights in Latin America, an issue that prompted a hearing before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) that took place on October 28 last. The hearing was the result of years of work carried out by the Working Group on Mining and Human Rights in Latin America, made up of various citizen, humanitarian and professional organizations throughout the continent.