Monday, 27 September 2021
Monday, 27 September 2021
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Latin America In Short: The Haitian Migration Crisis Continues And James Goes To Qatar
It has been a busy week for politics, the economy, the environment and sports. On the one hand, the Haitian migration crisis continues and on the othe...
Infographic: How Far has Biden Met his Environmental Agenda?
Nine months after he arrived at the White House, we reviewed how well Joe Biden has fulfilled his environmental agenda
The Haitian Migration Crisis Will Impact Latin America
Shocking photos of nearly 14,000 migrants from the Haitian migration crisis crossing the Rio Grande to Mexico, after being confronted in Texas by bord...
Vulnerable Women in Nepal Lead Valuable Support in Soup Kitchens
Empowerment and community intervention are a fundamental part of women's daily work.
Factories to capture carbon: an opportunity to combat climate change
On September 8, the world's largest CO2 capture and storage plant was inaugurated in Iceland. Its name is Orca and the launch of th...
Women Mayors of Moldova, a Sign of Growing Empowerment
In Moldova, women raise their voices against violence and offer political leaders.
Let's Help Preserve Our Planet on the 2021 World Cleanup Day
Every year, 10 million tons of plastic are dumped into the ocean. If we do not act, by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean. Le...
How to Avoid a Health Crisis Caused by Climate Change?
With the advance of global warming, complex scenarios are predicted in the middle of this century, one of them is a health crisis as a consequence of ...
What is happening to the Paraná River and why should you care about it?
The second largest river in Latin America is drying up, putting the region's ecosystems and economy at risk
Is China the Future Of Afghanistan?
With A Consolidated Government On the Ground And In Practice, the Taliban Is Looking For Allies In the International System In Order To Achieve O...
Latin America in Short: Division of Peronism and Mandatory Vaccination in Italy
Find out about the most relevant of the week: Peronism seems to be divided, Italy imposes the mandatory vaccine, Environmental Week takes place in Bog...
Women Presidents Who Have Made History
In recent years, several women have made history by becoming heads of state of different countries. We tell you who are the most relevant.
Infographic: Colombia, the most dangerous country for environmental leaders
2020 was a very violent year for environmental leaders. A report shows that Latin America continues to be the region with the highest murder figures a...
Our Daily Habits Contribute to the Ozone Layer Situation
What measures can be taken from home to favor our ozone layer?
A Brief History Of Political Gestures At the Met Gala
The Biggest Fashion Event On the Planet Has Also Seen A Variety Of Political Gestures Throughout Its History
7 Inventions That Point to the Sustainability of Our Planet
Many people are working towards using technology to improve lives and to take care of our planet.
Great Women Architects of History
Did you know that there were many relevant women in the world of architecture? Here you have a selection of the most relevant ones.
Statues of Referent Women in the Cities of the World
The project of the six-and-a-half-meter sculpture located in Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico called "Tlalli" would replace that of Christopher...
How can you Become a Sustainable Consumer?
If you are interested in helping planet earth and becoming a sustainable and environmentally responsible consumer, these are some of the actions you c...
Having a Disability Does Not Make You Special at All: Lina Rojas
Creativity is for Lina Marcela Rojas Montoya the perfect ally to achieve people's well-being and improve their living conditions.
The Irresistible Seducer of the Senses Impossible To Avoid, Chocolate
It melts in the mouth, it is a first-line ingredient in the preparation of cakes and desserts, and it pleases icy bodies by providing warmth in its li...
Families and Societies and the Role Given to Grandparents
Grandparents should be valued in their proper dimension for the importance they have in the family, whether they are funny, rigid, authoritarian, tend...
Stepping On And Generating Power? Learn How a Road Helps The Environment
Here Are Two Innovative Projects That Promise To Be A Solution To Environmental Pollution
20 Years Since 9/11: ¿How The World Has Changed?
On September 11, 2001, Al Qaeda Hijacked Four American Planes And Carried Out the Deadliest Terrorist Attack In History
Latin America in Short: Mexico Decriminalizes Abortion And Bolsonaro Calms The Tension
The Mexican Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion, Bolsonaro has moderated his speech, Pelé shows improvements in his health and more news expl...
The Pandemic Transformed Learning by Providing New Resources
Online resources as part of the teaching and learning strategy in these times of pandemic began to move in an agile way not only in specialized search...
Infography: How Can You Help Endangered Species?
Currently there are more than 38,500 species of both flora and fauna in danger of extinction. This figure grows every day due to human hand
Why Is It Hard Sometimes for Women To Receive Compliments?
Gender stereotypes tend to be so strongly embraced in our culture that they often lead women to feel insecure and question their abilities.
5 Keys To Understand the Conflict In Guinea-Conakry
This Weekend, Armed Forces Carried Out A Coup Against President Alpha Condé. What Is Happening In the African Country?
Journalism, a High-Risk Task During COVID-19
Journalism has been one of the most crucial jobs in history. This originates from the need of people to be informed in times of war and until today it...
Has the Pandemic Generated Changes in Corruption in Latin America?
Corruption has been one of the worst diseases in Latin America, and the pandemic has put it more into the spotlight.
What Can Be Done To Improve Women's Participation in Political Contests?
Competition at the local, regional, and national levels in political contests is highly unequal. Women's political careers tend to be more di...
Latin America in Short: Venezuelan Opposition Goes to Elections and CR7 Breaks New Record
Texas passes anti-abortion law and Venezuela will have an election with oppsition. A couple of good environmental news happened this week, and CR7 bro...
Meghan Markle, Supporting Human Rights Since She Was 11
While most of us may think of royalty or even of the TV drama Suits, when listening to the name Meghan Markle, the truth is she is one of the most inf...
How To Save Energy At Home?
Here Are A Series Of Tips That Will Allow You To Save Energy At Home
How Is the Jihad Going? These Are the Remaining Islamist Groups
With the Fall Of Afghanistan To the Taliban, What Other Islamist Terrorist Groups Are Still Operating And Where?
Inform Yourself Before Travel, What Vaccines Against COVID-19 Do Countries Allow?
The variety of vaccines has fueled the debate, not only in the medical field
Agent Tai, First Black Woman Joining the SWAT Team
Tai, who works as a special agent in the Bureau's San Juan office is considered to be the first black female to join an FBI SWAT team.
Destructive Fishing Threatens the Economy And Ecosystems Of Latin America
Despite Being Legal, This Type Of Fishing Is An Environmental And Economic Threat
Who Are ISIS K, the Culprits Of the Terrorist Attacks In Kabul?
This Terrorist Group Was Behind the Wave Of Attacks In the Capital Of Afghanistan That Caused Dozens Of Deaths
Women Who Promote the Protection of Natural Parks
The close relationship between women and the environment improved women's active and effective integration in sheltered areas. In recent years, th...
Latin America in Short: Afghans Refugees in Latin America and Qatar World Cup Controversy
Start the weekend updated with our weekly summary: the first Afghan refugees arrive in Latin America, some footballers will be left without qualifying...
Couple's Leaf-Made Disposable Plates in Hyderabad
To help the planet and support rural women, Madhavi and Venu are bringing back the tradition of eating on leaves while playing an important role in th...
Children: the Real Victims Of Climate Change
One Billion Children And Adolescents Around the World Are At Risk Of Suffering the Worst Effects Of Climate Change
Afghan Artists Raising Their Reality To The World
Art in its various expressions allows the freedom to present to the public, regardless of nationality, beliefs, or ideologies.
How To Spend Great Vacations at Home
If you could transform your home into an office or even into a classroom, why can’t you turn it into a spa or a cinema during vacations?
7 Beautiful National Parks To Visit in Colombia
Every 24th of August, we celebrate the International Day of National Parks, which can be thought of as natural treasures that have helped preserve lan...
Motherhood in the 21st Century
Mothers become roles models and warriors that would do anything to make their family happy. Let's take a look at the different kinds of maternity....
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