Archivo de gener 2010

Are you unemployed, without a couple, suffering from bunions? Are your debts besetting you? Are you hungry on the street? We have the solution: we will sacrifice you and… Hardship out!
We do not need sad people who, when is not seeking for an employment, stay in a park feeding the pigeons. Relocating is [...]

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If we could go back, straighten the course, banish those who sow skeletons, resurrect the dead ones, construct solid walls between people and dictatorial politicians, ask Mother Earth to a truce… We can’t. There are no words to eliminate pain. Haiti is dying, crying new tears on dry tears. It never rains but it [...]

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Denmark, evolved society paradigm, is the country with the best wages, the happiest people, less corrupt politicians… This perfectly balanced society sent to prison Nora Christiansen, Christian Schmutz, Joris Thijssen and director of Greenpeace Spain, Lopez de Uralde, for displaying the banner: Politicians talk, leaders act. Fortunately they have been released but pending trial.
Some might [...]

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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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The growing awareness pays off; as are millions of us actively looking for a better world. And as we know that the sum of all the little details will change the world, we’ve created a simple list of purposes for 2010.

• Energy efficient lights. Right now! Ten times more duration and between 50% and 80% [...]

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“Only 11 countries are responsible for 95% of trawling in depth, and Spain is the main country that performs this type of fishing.”
Sebastián Losada, head of Greenpeace’s oceans campaign.
Seeing our experienced fishermen in international waters to combat the elements (accepting elements as pirates) their situation moves us. It’s a hard work, dangerous and poorly paid. [...]

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