They talk about reducing plastics … Okay, when do we start?

For a few weeks Casio has been torturing us with his messages against plastics, and I ask myself: “perfect, when did we start to reduce plastic?”. Or better yet: “Gentlemen of Casio, why do not you start with yourselves?” I sign up, but the best way to change this is…

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The new Law of Natural Heritage that goes against nature

This Thursday is voted in the Congress of Deputies the new Law of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity that, at this time, seems to have the support of the PP, Citizens, PNV and the PdeCat (former Catalan CiU). A new law that, during each reform that presents and new point that…

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Preserving nature for thirty years has a name: SEPRONA

The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, thanked on Thursday the work of about 1,800 members of SEPRONA, the Civil Guard unit dedicated to the protection and conservation of the environment in a ceremony held in Madrid in which He has commemorated his XXX anniversary.

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Preserving nature for thirty years has a name: SEPRONA

The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, thanked on Thursday the work of about 1,800 members of SEPRONA, the Civil Guard unit dedicated to the protection and conservation of the environment in a ceremony held in Madrid in which He has commemorated his XXX anniversary.

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Using nature is not the same as wanting it

The title of this article comes from the cycling concentration scheduled on July 1 in Cercedilla (Madrid) to protest the limitations on cycling outlined in the Master Plan for Use and Management (PRUG) of the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park .

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The posthumous homage of Jiro Taniguchi to nature

On February 11, 2017, the Japanese Jiro Taniguchi (69 years old) left us, the manga poet, one of the greatest artists that has given the international comic. Knowing himself very ill Taniguchi devoted his last months of life to an ambitious work that would summarize his major concerns, both plot…

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Animals adopt nocturnal habits to avoid humans

Lions, tigers and bears are becoming more nocturnal to evade human presence, says a study released on Thursday. Scientists have known for some time that human activity affects nature. Apart from becoming more alert and spending less time looking for food, many mammals travel to remote areas to avoid contact…

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Discovered a new mechanism to strengthen brain networks of memory

This finding, published in the journal Nature, is a new way of approaching the analysis of how the brain coordinates the flow of information it receives and identifies the populations of critical neurons in each brain network, which is a fundamental problem in neuroscience . These populations of critical neurons…

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The lynxes reign again in the fields

The Life + IBERLINCE program has made the feline own from our peninsula go from being practically extinct to having a population of 600, and growing. The servants in captivity begin to reproduce and completely wild animals already arise.

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