Drought: Could it have been avoided?

The drought, or at least its effects, could be avoided to a large extent if the management of our water resources were done in another way. For example, doing it when we have water, and not when all the alerts have been skipped, seems logical. The problem is that we…

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How Madrid became a city with bicycles

I was one of those people who, back in 2000, decided to start traveling by bicycle. And not in any city, but in Madrid. The city in which everyone asked you: “And do not you fear? I would like it, but the cars go very fast and do not respect…

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George Monbiot: Animal farms are as unsustainable as coal mining

An article in Science of the Total Environment reports that “production is the biggest driver of habitat loss”. Grass fed cattle is a fully automated system of ecological destruction: you just have to leave it free on the land and the animals will do the rest, eating the seedbeds of…

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Climate change forced the displacement of 23.5 million people in 2016

Climate change could lead to the largest refugee crisis to date, according to a study that reveals that, in 2016, around 23.5 million people were displaced due to “extreme events related to the climate”. The retired Brigadier General of the US Army, S. Cheney, assured that “climate change could lead…

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