Monday, 27 March 2023
Monday, 27 March 2023
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Melting Permafrost: An Invisible Threat of Climate Change
The melting of permafrost poses a great threat to the environment and even to human health
Does Xi Jinping Have the Formula to Solve the war in Ukraine?
Xi Jinping meets with Vladimir Putin and seems to be the only global leader capable of facilitating a peace between Russia and Ukraine
Latin America in Short: The Ibero-American Summit Begins | Colombia in Paris 2024 Olympics
Tomorrow the Ibero-American Summit will begin in the Dominican Republic. In sports, Colombia wins its first individual berth for the 2024 Paris Olympi...
How Likely is it that the International Criminal Court will Try Putin?
The International Criminal Court issued Russian President Vladimir Putin an arrest warrant for a possible war crime. Is it possible to see the Russian...
IPCC: The Survival Guide for Humanity
On Monday, March 20, the final installment of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report was launched. Get to know some reflections and critical facts about thi...
China: Imperialism in Africa
Today, the monopoly and control that China has in most countries in the world can replicate the same imperialism that the West exercises
Women’s Voices Highlights From the March 8th Protests Worldwide
The 8M continues to be an important reminder of the ongoing struggle for gender equality and the need for collective action to achieve it.
Reforestation in Latin American Cities
Reforestation in cities is bearing fruit in large Latin American capitals. We tell you about some cases and why it is important to recover native fore...
Iraq: Two Decades After an Invasion That Shouldn't Have Happened
In March 2003, a US-led coalition of countries identified Iraq as a war target, promising to bring freedom and democracy to that Arab nation. Twenty y...
Republicans vs. Drag Queens: Laws to Care for Children or to Limit Rights?
US states with a Republican majority are drawing up bills to ban drag shows
Infographic: Which Is the Region of the World that Buys the Most Weapons?
The Stockholm International Peace Institute details that in 2022, several regions of the world had a reduction in the purchase of weapons, except...
Latin America in Short: Explosion in Sutatausa | Linda Caicedo is Named "Queen of America"
This week there was an explosion in a mine in Sutatausa, Colombia. In sports, Linda Caicedo was named "Queen of America." This and more summ...
Animal Welfare Laws: How is Latin America Doing in Animal Rights?
The indices of the region show that there is still a long way to go in Latin America to reach decent animal welfare rights and laws
Campaign To Link Rural Women to Sustainable Projects
Rural Women Campaign: make women visible as guardians and promoters of sustainable development
Cyclone Freddy in Africa is About to Become the Longest in History
Cyclone Freddy, a powerful weather event that to date has mainly affected the coasts of Africa, threatens to become the longest-lasting event of its k...
Iran and Saudi Arabia Restore Relations: End of Terrorism in the Region?
With China's mediation, the Saudis and Iranians reached an agreement to restore their diplomatic relations, which have been broken since 2016. How...
Willow Project: US Government Approved a Mega-Project for the Extraction of Oil and Gas in Alaska
The Willow Project is one of Alaska's most significant oil development projects ever approved. Ecologists and academics say it is a devastating pl...
Holi Festival Invites Us To Welcome the Good Times
This celebration, which has spread around the world, leaves a trail of optimism, but also the message of human responsibility to work for the common g...
Why Bakhmut Could Define the Outcome of the War in Ukraine?
As Russian seizure of Bakhmut progresses, Ukraine says it will not give up the city
Animal Experimentation: Prohibitions and Strategies to Reduce its Use
Animal experimentation has been an important resource in scientific research. However, governments and researchers are taking steps to change this rea...
Latin America in Short: Labor Reform in Colombia | Mariana Pajón in the Guinness Records
This week the Minister of Labor announced some points of the Colombian Labor Reform. In sports, the Colombian Mariana Pajón entered the Guinnes...
The Export of Used Clothing Increases, How Ecological is it to Donate Clothing?
Donating used clothing is seen as a charitable and even ecological act, but behind this practice lies a dark truth about exporting clothing that becom...
Chernobyl Dogs Have Different DNA than Other Dogs
A recent investigation shows how studying the dogs that remained in Chernobyl, which have reproduced for years, would allow us to analyze the long-ter...
Women's Day: What Happened to Women in Iran and Afghanistan?
The situation of women in these Central Asian countries worsens despite the feminist struggle of their citizens
Sabotage in Nord Stream: the Theories in the Gas Pipeline that Connects Russia and Germany
In LatinAmerican Post, we took a tour of the theories that have been generated around the explosion in the gas pipeline through which Russia sends gas...
A Creative Way To Remember Women in History Month
Women's History Month is celebrated every March since the UN proclaimed March 8 in 1975 as International Women's Rights Day
What Is Being “Woke”? The Divisive Term that Seems to Be Coming to Latin America
The term "woke" has generated a political and cultural battle in the United States, and now it reaches Latin America with shades of leftist ...
Oasis in the Middle of the City: This is the Work of Sustentar in the Green Infrastructure
We spoke with Felipe Villa, founder of Sustentar, a company focused on green infrastructure
Latin America in Short: Crisis at Viva Air | Diplomatic Crisis Between Petro and Bukele
This week two crises have occurred in Colombia. On the one hand, the airline Viva Air is going through an operations crisis. On the other, Petro and B...
The 5 Most Polluted Cities With the Worst Air Quality in Latin America
In the midst of the environmental crisis, air quality and pollution in cities is an increasingly worrying factor
China: the World's most Polluting Country Redoubles its Coal Plants
In 2022, China granted an average of two new licenses to operate coal plants per week. These actions of the Asian giant call into question the fulfill...
Biodivercities: The Latino Project that Combines Cement and Nature
More and more strategies are managed to make nature an ally of the social and economic development of a city, and not see it as an enemy. We tell you ...
Madeleine McAnn and the Unsolved Missing Child Cases
It is an extremely painful situation for parents, family, and society when a boy or girl disappears, and years go by without the case being solved or ...
Will Nikki Haley Overshadow Trump’s Re-Election Aspirations?
Nikki Haley has recently declared that she will run for the presidency of the United States. She could be the first South Asian Americ...
Vaccines for Bees, how do they Work?
The biotech company Dalan Animal Health developed the first vaccine for bees to protect honeybees from viruses and bacteria. This is an initiative tha...
Latin America in Short: Most Dangerous Cities in Latam | Peronism Loses Control in Argentina
This week, the list of the most dangerous cities in the world was published and Latin America leads it. On the other hand, Peronism lost control of th...
Infographic: A Year of the War in Ukraine
February 24 marks one year of the war in Ukraine with the invasion of the Russian army. Thousands of deaths and millions of displaced are the results ...
Beyond UFOs and Spies, the Important Work of Weather Balloons
Today, the earth's atmosphere is not only teeming with alleged alien ships or Chinese spy balloons. We can also find weather balloons that ar...
Russia Announces That it is Withdrawing From START III. Is it Time to Worry?
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced last Tuesday the superpower's withdrawal from the START III pact. What does it mean?
The Challenges of Artificial Intelligence for Education
Since February 1996, when an IBM supercomputer defeated Kasparov, the world champion, in a game of chess, it was very clear that the world would not b...
Dodo Resurgence: Is it Possible for Extinct Animals to Return?
Can we bring extinct animals back? The ambitious plan to resurrect the dodo is underway. However, it is a practice that must be carefully analyze...
Umoja, the Community of Kenyan Women Founded by Rebecca Samaria Lolosololi
For several decades many women sexually assaulted by the British were disowned by their husbands and expelled from their homes with their children
Solar Energy in Space, ¿Dream or Possible Reality?
Solar energy captured in space is an innovative solution for the fight against climate change that seems to be a closer reality every time
Rescue Dogs: Faithful and Protective
Rescue dogs play a very important role in search blocks after natural disasters
Latin America in Short: Miracles in Syria and Turkey | Friction between Colombia and Peru
This week there have been new rescues in Syria and Turkey after the earthquake on February 6. In Latin America, Colombia and Peru are experiencin...
Velmariri Bambari Wants To Change Law on Sexual Assault in Indonesia
She relies on crutches to walk. Those who know her closely cannot help but admire her because her physical disability is far from stopping her work as...
What's Been Doing for Jaguar Preservation in Latin America?
The largest cat in America is classified as "near threatened" according to the Red List of Threatened Species of the International Union for...
Fires in Chile, Monocultures and Resilience: What Challenges Lie Ahead?
The fires in Chile are being controlled little by little, although the state of emergency remains. They certainly leave lessons for land use planning ...
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