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Latin America and the Caribbean will create a regional alliance to cut its food losses and waste by half by 2030

In Latin America and the Caribbean, per capita food losses and waste reach 223 kg per year, a figure that countries want to halve by 2030 through a new Regional Alliance for Food Loss and Waste Reduction This was the main agreement reached during the first regional dialogue on food loss and waste, which took place in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, with the presence of authorities, representatives of ministries, experts and actors from the agri-food systems of ten countries.
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The Venezuelan Constitutional Reform and Agroecology

By Miguel Ángel Núñez What does it mean for Venezuelans that their society has given constitutional status to sustainable agriculture? It implies that each Venezuelan must and must know how food is produced; how they are distributed and marketed; how they are transformed and how they are consumed.
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This German ranger discovered that trees also have social connections

By Romina Bevilacqua Charles Darwin was one of the first men to study them and to point out that they were sentient beings and that their roots acted "like the brain of one of the lower animals", however, over the years these observations have not only been corroborated But even more secrets have been discovered that could change the way we relate to the nature around us.
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The native peoples spoke out against the passage of the Dakar through their territories in Jujuy

The original communities of Salinas Grandes and Laguna de Guayatayoc announced that they are in a state of permanent mobilization and alert to the demand to pronounce against the passage of the Dakar through their territories in Jujuy. Representatives of those communities maintain that the government of Jujuy is violating the right to prior, free and informed consultation on the rights of indigenous peoples, in relation to the 2015 Dakar rally that will pass through these lands.
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When will we learn to take care of the Areco River?

By Cristián Frers One of the samples showed that the waters contain a significant amount of phosphorus: 1.12 ppm. Phosphorus gives rise to plant nutrients that can be pollutants. When they enter the water, they contribute to the formation of algae, in the same way that nitrates do.
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