Archivo de la categoria 'reforestation of forests'

Half of the oaks around the world are in the Iberian Peninsula. We should thank these sturdy trees. A multitude of animal and plant species are associated with them, generating stable and rich ecosystems. Oaks are representative of nature, friends that never fail and forgive our faults, always strong against fire, wind or incompetence. Its [...]

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We would be a few hypocrites if we were not admitting that this global crisis is caused by consumerism. The longing to have has knocked down empires, has showed us to always ask for more, at any cost, even when we don’t know what is more. A bigger car, a softest skin, less wrinkles, bigger [...]

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For lack of two weeks for the summit of Copenhagen the Denying Current amuses itself. A few “compromising” e-mails appeared strategically to partly deny the existence of the climatic change. In ecological terms what does it mean to be part of the Denying Current? We will try to unravel the complex psyche of this urban [...]

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We are born. Liberated of the umbilical cord, the first dose of oxygen inhaled in our lives. Newcomers and now form part of the chain of CO2. When we watch television, we sharpen a pencil, laugh or make love; we continue to emit carbon dioxide, more than 1000 grams per day, equivalent to a walk [...]

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