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Whose is the water?

By Paco Puche Life was born in water. And for this reason, power, especially economic power, has an extraordinary interest in doing business with it. It may just say platitudes, but many times the evidence needs to be emphasized because it has been ignored for a long time. El Roto, in the drawing that we see below, warns us of the interest of power in keeping us in ignorance.
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The financial bubble of fracking

By Francisco Cravioto Lagos A fracking project must guarantee a significant return on profits with respect to the capital investments made by the companies involved. If production costs exceed the potential profits of a given shale hydrocarbon field, capitalist logic would seem to indicate that it would not be exploited.
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Domestic ecology

By Lic. Biologist Silvia Rinaldi You may have asked yourself: What can I do to help in the difficult situation the planet is going through? If you didn't come up with anything, you will probably find some answers below. When we go shopping - Let's select products whose packaging is returnable or biodegradable.
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Fishing Piracy

By Dr M. Sommer The European Union should demand that Spain act responsibly. Pirate fishing is widespread in the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica. After the arrest (06.06.2001) by France of the pirate fishing vessel & 34; Castor & 34 ;, of Spanish capital, fishing for Deep-sea Cod or toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides).
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New kind of environmental conflicts

By Víctor L. Bacchetta The march on April 30, 2006 on the Libertador San Martín bridge over the Uruguay River, which gathered more than 80,000 people against the Ence and Botnia factories in Fray Bentos, is the largest action carried out to date in the region by a citizen movement as a result of an environmental conflict.
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The poisoned dam of Termas de Río Hondo

By Javier Rodríguez Pardo Navigating the water mirror means navigating a rare dichotomy, the beauty of its wetlands, that is, the biodiversity that appears to the naked eye and the indelible pollution, which does not require laboratories or microscopes to ratify it. The waters of the Termas de Río Hondo dam have long ceased to be crystal clear.
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